Key Features

Processor
680 MHz ARM 11
Battery Capacity
1200mAh
Nokia C7 arrive to Vodafone and T-mobile
RAM
256MB
Storage
8GB
Display
3.5-inch
Resolution
360×640 pixels
Rear Camera
8MP
Front Camera
VGA 0.3MP

Nokia C7 will arrive soon to Vodafone UK and T-Mobile UK, Nokia C7 is the second Nokia smartphone to run the latest Symbian platform Symbian^3 after the overhyped Nokia N8.

The Nokia C7 has a 3.5-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, an 8-megapixel camera and a stainless steel and glass chassis that’s 10.5mm thick. There’s also 680 MHz processor and the internal storage capacity is 8 GB with support for MicroSD card of up to 32 GB, WiFi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0, together with GPS and both an FM radio and FM transmitter. The 1200 mAh Li-Ion battery is supposed to last for up to 552 hours of standby time and 9.3 hours of talk time.

Nokia C7 also brings excellent social networking abilities with updates from Facebook and Twitter fed directly to the home screen, as well as one-touch access to many popular email accounts including Ovi Mail, Yahoo! Mail and Windows Live Hotmail. The Nokia C7 also provides a world of apps, games, videos, and location-based services through the Ovi Store.

Nokia C7 will be released at the end of October, only T-Mobile UK and Vodafone UK are going to offer this smartphone and later it will be available on other carriers.

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  1. Isaac

    This handset is around now, when I went to the phone shop recently anyway. It’s good to see Nokia getting with progress isn’t it?

  2. therohan

    Nokia NFC APIs are now available to all developers in an open beta program. These APIs support sharing content by tapping phones together, linking phones or accessories and reading/writing tags.
    http://blogs.forum.nokia.com/blog/nokia-developer-news/2011/05/04/nokia-nfc-apis-now-available
    If you have been thinking about enhancing your apps with NFC, now is the time to bring your vision to life. Developers can create applications that leverage NFC technology using APIs provided in Qt, Java ME, and Symbian C++. Of these options, using Qt is the recommended approach as it’s the core development framework for Symbian and is available for MeeGo powered devices as well.