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Nokia - E72-2, N97(x2), E75(x2), Sapphire Arte, 5800 XM, E90, N95-4,E71-2(x4),E65,N82,8600,3120
Sony - W810i
Samsung - D807
Apple - iPhone 3G 8GB(x2), 16GB(x3), iPhone 3GS(x5), iPhone 4 16GB, iPhone 4 32GB, iPhone 4S 64GB, iPhone 5 64GB
Still this E7 is a sweet looking device. If Ansii could sign a sweet silver one; I'd buy it and keep it forever.
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Here is question to those who got a chance to play with E7:
Where is the LED indicator for new e-mail etc?
Blackberry devices have a great red/blue/green LED (one of best). Nokia E61/i had a white blinking LED. E71/2 has a white LED around the D-pad. I would prefer a Blackberry type customizable multi-color red/blue/green/yellow/white LED. But, where it is?
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The menu key has a "slit" in it, that houses a WHITE LED. It's actually cool looking - but it's not as functional as I wish it was. The white isn't as attention grabbing as a red/blue/green one, as with the N900 or other devices.
It's bright, but not noticeable unless you are looking directly at it. I pray to everything that is holy that the N9 has a multicolor programmable LED.
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Ye, the multicoloured LEDs are realy useful, i dont even have to touch the phone to know that i just got an Email, text, or missed call as they all have diff colours.
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This is VERY disappointing. E7 is a business device. Why Nokia left out the multicolor LED. Blackberry made it, and Blackberry is the most commonly used business device. Nokia is VERY VERY inefficient. They really don't do any research before making a product. Very inefficient indeed.