A new phone and a new operating system from Nokia. Well, an updated one anyway. That goes by the name of Symbian Anna and you'll find it on the new Nokia X7. Yes, the phone that was leaked as far back as November of last year.According to Nokia, this is a 'complete update of the Symbian software user experience'. That means all-new icons, improved text input, a faster internet browsing experience and a refreshed Ovi Maps application with improved search and new public transport routes. The renewed software also has a set of new features aimed at business users, including true enterprise grade security with hardware accelerated encryption, and new email features such as full meeting request support. It's also due to be passed onto other recent devices, as well as the Nokia X7.That's just been unveiled today, described as 'an entertainment-focused smartphone' made of stainless steel and glass for a premium look and feel, offering up a large four-inch OLED screen with ClearBlack technology and Gorilla Glass (pitched as ideal for gaming), an eight-megapixel camera for stills and HD-quality video. The Nokia X7 also comes preloaded with the popular Galaxy on Fire HD and Asphalt 5 HD games.No word on pricing as yet, but the Three network has already leaked the device in a promotional video, so all should be unveiled very soon.