UK wireless carrier Three will be offering Nokia's long-delayed E7 Symbian based business orientated smartphone in the near future.
The company updated its 'Coming Soon' page to reveal that it will be adding the device to its portfolio soon but failed to divulge a definite launch date and pricing.
The Nokia E7, which was unveiled by the Finnish mobile phone giant back in September 2010, was released in Finland in February, indicating that a Europe wide launch is looming.
The device, which comes with a slide-out Qwerty keyboard, is being touted as the 'ultimate business smartphone' as it comes with the Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync feature that grants instant and secure access to corporate email accounts.
The company had earlier revealed that the device will come with a four inch screen coupled with Nokia ClearBack technology that provides good display quality while outdoors. The keypad is capable of handling documents, presentations and spreadsheets.
With an 8 MP camera built-in and high definition video support, the device is looking to outdo competitors on the media front as well. The E7 will also come with HDMI output support and 8GBs of on-board memory.
It remains to be seen how the E7 will fair against RIM, Apple and Android in its battle to win over the enterprise smartphone market.