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Nokia E7 hits FCC with as much 3G support

16 November 2010 No Comment

Days are not far away when the discrimination of developed countries enjoying high-speed wireless broadband, while many of the poor and under developed countries struggling to even get a normal speed broadband connection. This is not far that you will find the gap bridged like a miracle, and that is when you will find smart phones are no more a hype.

You will find your cartoons coming true that information will be beamed like what in parapsychology they call as “telepathy”, becoming a reality in use for practical life with help much smaller machines to beam between brains and minds, and your glasses will be capturing 1080p quality video pictures.

Nevertheless, Nokia in the brings you to the present with a phone named E7, that will be soon in the market shelves, which is one step forward ahead of many other smart phones in the market. While 4G still not yet been popularized and has been effectively used, Nokia’s E7 will be working on pentaband 3G radios and this has been used as the main backing for FCC filing to get the phone cleared for market.

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