Nokia C7 is the second Symbian^3 device to ship

Nokia C7 is the second Symbian^3 device to ship
In the press release that Nokia C7 is shipping today, Espoo touts is as a "social networking smartphone". Granted, its unified homescreen access to Facebook and Twitter doesn't do much more than any social networking application/widget out there, but how else are you going to differentiate it from the current cream of the crop Nokia N8.

Nokia C7 is a looker with its steel elements around the 3.5" capacitive screen, and the specs are not bad either. It is the second phone to ship with the newest Symbian^3 version, and sports an 8MP camera with HD video abilities. The handset also has a built-in FM transmitter for streaming music wirelessly to your car's stereo, and comes with 8GB of internal memory.

Symbian^3 means that the Nokia C7 support USB-on-the-go for connecting USB sticks directly to your phone, and Flash Lite 4.0 is present in the browser. The phone comes in three colors - Frosty Metal, Charcoal Black, and Mahogany Brown. Similar to the Nokia N8, the Nokia C7 is a pentaband phone, meaning that it can connect to the 3G network of absolutely every GSM carrier in the world. The MSRP before taxes and carrier subsidies will be 335 EUR (~$468).

Nokia C7 Specifications | Hands-on
Nokia N8 Specifications | Review

source: Nokia

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  • Display 3.5 inches 640 x 360 pixels
  • Camera 8 MP (Single camera) 0.3 MP VGA front
  • Hardware 0.25GB RAM
  • Storage 8GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 1200 mAh
  • OS Symbian Symbian^3


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