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Last month, Nokia raised a few eyebrows by announcing two new smartphone handsets, neither of them with Windows Phone 7 (WP7) inside. Despite finalising its strategic pact with Microsoft over the WP7 smartphone OS, Nokia unwrapped two Symbian handsets: the hybrid touch-Qwerty E6, pictured above, aimed at business users, and the consumer-focused touchscreen X7.
If the E6 looks rather familiar, it's because it shares the look and feel of its predecessors: Nokia's E72 and E71 handsets - originally launched in 2008.
For more on the E6 and X7, see Photos: Nokia E6, X7 Symbian smartphones unveiled.
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