Remember the Nokia C7 we had told you about? Well, today we have some more information about the C7 thanks to Engadget. Apparently, the Nokia C7 will be the second phone from Nokia running the Symbian^3 OS. The device will feature a capacitive touchscreen, which is slightly bigger than 3.3-inches. The resolution of the screen will be a disappointingly low 360×640 (nHD).
The phone will also accept multi-touch gestures. The C7-00 will also feature a 3.5mm audio jack, a microUSB port, and a microSD card slot. The phone will also be able to record videos in 720p HD resolution. The C7-00 will be launched after the Nokia N8. The device will sit right below the N8, in the Finnish company’s portfolio.
We expect Nokia to announce the C7-00 officially within a few weeks from now. Hopefully, the phone will be released by Q4 of this year.
It was just yesterday we reported about the C7, and other N and E series from Nokia. Today we have the first leaked pictures of the Nokia C7. The Nokia C7 is a full-touch phone, with an 8MP camera at its back. The device looks similar to the Samsung Corby(s) out there. Along with an 8MP camera, the device also packs in dual-LED flash.
The front part of the screen is dominated by the touch-screen. A front video-call camera is also present near the top of the device screen. From the picture, it looks like the size of the touch-screen is ~3.5-inch. The call receive/end keys are also touch based. From the pictures, the device looks pretty thin. From the above picture, it is clearly visible that the Nokia C7 has dedicated music keys, and a camera shutter key. The device also sports a 3.5mm jack at the top. The device will run on S60 v5th edition, but we hope it runs on Symbian^3.
Hopefully, Nokia will announce the C7 officiallyin the upcoming few weeks.
Looks like Nokia is set to rock 2010 with a bunch of handsets. The folks over at Mobile-Review managed to get hold of a leaflet, which shows the upcoming handsets from Nokia. The list shows the upcoming Nokia from all their series E, C and X. In the E series, Nokia has already launched the E5, while the E6 and the E7 handsets are still unannounced. The E7 is anticipated to be the successor of the Nokia E72. The E-series from Nokia is primarily targeted for business use, so we expect all the devices to feature a QWERTY keyboard.
The Nokia C series contains seven handsets. Of these seven handsets, only the Nokia C7 is yet to be announced. Going by the naming scheme, we expect C7 to be priced higher than the Nokia C6.
The N-series consists of Nokia’s multimedia oriented handsets. Nokia has also announced the N8, and the 12MP camera has not failed to impress critics. The N9 is yet to be announced by Nokia, and hopefully it will be a successor to the Nokia N900. This means that the N9 should run on the new MeeGo OS.
The X series consists of five handsets, out of which two handsets are unannounced X2 and X7. The X2 will be a low priced handset music oriented handset, while the X7 will be the top slot of the X series. We expect to see the X7 running on the new S^3 OS from Nokia.
The leaflet also points at a new Sseries of devices from Nokia. Nokia has never mentioned anything about the Sseries devices before. According to fear_samuraitorat Mobile-Review forums the S series indicates, A name reserved for limited phones. Mobiles that do not fit in other categories come in here. Maybe the Intel Moorestown based devices will be named under this new Sseries.