The Nokia E7, one of the latest mobile phones produced by the company, has been designed with a business environment in mind.
Featuring a corporate email service and a smart and professional look, the device may be ideal for workers who have recently traded-in a used phone when it goes on sale in October.
Among the first to take a look at the Nokia E7 was Hannah Bouckley, who has reviewed it for T3, noting it has joined the brand's E-Series of handsets for work.
She says the mobile comes in a range of colours, such as green, silver and orange and feels comfortable in the hand.
"The highlight is the four-inch AMOLED touchscreen, it's certainly bright and sharp and excellent for video playback," the expert writes.
People looking to trade-in their phone a little sooner could instead look towards the Nokia N8 as a replacement, as the model is due for release on September 30th.
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Posted by Paul Whalley