The T-Mobile Nokia C7 Tiger has been only a rumor curculating around after the failed launch of the T-Mobile Nokia 5230 Nuron, but the Tiger could indeed make it to the shelves after the handset hit the FCC with its manual referring not once, but twice to T-Mobile as its supporting carrier. Images of the handset on the website of the Federal Communications Commission don't show any T-Mo branding, but that could easily change if the phone ends up on the carrier.
The handset has enjoyed some popularity in Europe and other markets with its solid build quality, design and more affordable price in comparison to Nokia's flagship, the N8. On the downside, it comes with Symbian^3, which is the “burning platform” in the process of being deserted by Nokia. Well, a low price tag might make up for this (and rumor points to $79 with a new contract). While this is still far from being confirmed, would you consider getting the Tiger? Check out our in-depth review of the Nokia C7, which could help you with the decision.