With the appearance of Nokia E7 everyone perceived it as a Nokia N8 clone, enhanced with Qwerty keyboard. To some extent it is true but this got us even more confused while make a final choice. So in this post i will try to highlight the differences between these devices.
The Nokia E7 is in fact very similar to the N8, actually they look like twins, the differences are found only in some nuances. Both of them run on Symbian ^3, are HDMI-capable, pack the same processors and amount of RAM.
Regarding the size the Nokia E7 is larger and heavier than its twin brother. As it is known both handsets have a built-in memory of 16 GB, however the N7 lacks a MicroSD slot.
The camera is another difference between mentioned handsets: Nokia N8 features a 12-megapixel camera , meanwhile the Nokia E7 is enhanced with a a 8-megapixel camera, although both of them perform quite well.
The handsets did not differ so much regarding other specs, here is a brief introduction to the phones.
Nokia E7 is an excellent smartphone that runs on a platform of Symbian ^ 3 with an ARM 11 680Mhz, equipped with AMOLED-display reflecting up to 16 million color and a 8 Mpx camera , which enables to take pictures with a resolution of 3264 x 2448 px. The Nokia E7 supports EDGE, WiFi, stereo Bluetooth, and, of course, USB-port. For music lovers there is a 3.5mm audio output.
Nokia N8 – the first smartphone from Nokia, working on a new platform Symbian ^ 3, it features a 3.5 inch touch-sensitive AMOLED-display with the extension of 640 x 360 pixels. The Nokia N8 boasts with a 12-megapixel camera enhanced with Carl Zeiss optics and Xenon flash. The N8 is a portable entertainment center, and therefore has a 16 GB internal memory and supports microSD cards up to 32 GB. If you decide to buy a Nokia N8, you can also use EDGE, WiFi, stereo Bluetooth, GPS-receiver, 3.5mm audio output and a complete set of Ovi services.
Now to sum up take a look at the list comparison: