Nokia C7 caught on film in China, looking good and boasting a capacitive display
If we distance from the liquor bottle and the LV keychain (the guy's idea of bringing class to the photoshoot), the Nokia C7 actually looks good, with golden chrome-like rim, shiny black front, and brushed metal back. Two other features that make the phone pretty compelling for Symbian fans are the 8MP dual-LED flash camera, and the 8GB internal memory visible from a screenshot, despite that the battery is the average 1200mAh. There is something else rather intriguing, though – we notice two speakers flanking the camera, so it might as well be the C7 has stereo speakers, which will coincide nicely with the Dolby Plus surround sound that will be going into the N8, if this one has it as well.
Otherwise Symbian^3 doesn't look much, if at all, different from the S60 v5 found on the other Nokia touchscreen devices – 5 widgets on the homescreen and all. Nokia people keep saying to wait the final release, and that most changes are under the hood, but we have the sneaking suspicion that things would stay more or less the same. The Nokia C7 should be priced above the C6 and below the N8, so we are looking at something in the realm of 300EUR/$400 for this one, give or take a fifty.
The Chinese also made a video of the Nokia C7 (posted below), which is either of the prototype handset, or of a different color version, since it looks like a plain vanilla black handset on the video.
source: zol.com.cn via Engadget