After plenty of leaks, thanks to UK operator Three, Nokia has announced the launch of the Nokia X7, a new Symbian powered smartphone.

As we reported earlier in the week, and Nokia has confirmed to Pocket-lint, the Nokia X7 will come with a 4-inch touchscreen with an OLED Clearblack display, HD video and an 8-megapixel camera with dual LED flash and zoom. All this and it is still pocket-friendly.

Housed in a stainless steel chassis, Nokia believes that the new phone will be a change to the “huge sway of black boxes with screens”.

The Nokia X7 runs on the new Symbian Anna operating system, which features more than 50 new enhancements. Highlights include a faster browser and full on-screen portrait QWERTY keyboard. Plus, with the new split view, users can see their message conversations, webpages, maps, contacts or email while writing.

The Nokia X7 comes preloaded with the popular Galaxy on Fire and Asphalt 5 HD games.

It will also come with expandable memory of up to 32GB, Ovi store access, 256MB RAM, and 1GB ROM memory

The new phone will be coming in Q2 this year, which should mean sometime after June. Unsubsidised it will cost 380 euros.

UPDATE: Check out our Nokia X7 hands-on.