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Nokia to launch E7 smartphone in India

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today set it is all set to launch its all-in-one smartphone Nokia E7 in the Indian market soon.

"The company has commenced pre-booking for today. The E7 smartphone will be available for Rs 35,000 per handset across India," Nokia India Vice-President & Managing Director D Shivakumar told reporters here.

Consumers will have the opportunity to experience the Nokia E7 live at Nokia priority stores in select cities and towns across the country from today, Shivakumar said.

Nokia E7 has large 4 inch screen, with a 4 line QWERTY keypad. It offers multimedia performance and a host of productivity applications including live stock prices.

"We are confident that with the Nokia E7 we will expand the smartphone market in India," Shivakumar said.

Shivakumar rang the closing bell at the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) to signify the opening of the pre-booking for Nokia E7 here.

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Nokia to launch E7 smartphone in India

Mobile phone major Nokia today set it is all set to launch its all-in-one smartphone Nokia E7 in the Indian market soon.

Mobile phone major Nokia today set it is all set to launch its all-in-one smartphone Nokia E7 in the Indian market soon.

"The company has commenced pre-booking for E7 smartphone today. The E7 smartphone will be available for Rs 35,000 per handset across India," Nokia India Vice-President & Managing Director D Shivakumar told reporters here.

Consumers will have the opportunity to experience the Nokia E7 live at Nokia priority stores in select cities and towns across the country from today, Shivakumar said.

Nokia E7 has large 4 inch screen, with a 4 line QWERTY keypad. It offers multimedia performance and a host of productivity applications including live stock prices.

"We are confident that with the Nokia E7 we will expand the smartphone market in India," Shivakumar said.

Shivakumar rang the closing bell at the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) to signify the opening of the pre-booking for Nokia E7 here.

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