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Nokia today unveiled its Nokia C7, the latest handset to join the Cseries. It joins both the Nokia E7 and the updated Nokia C6, as the Finnish company's offerings from its Nokia World 2010 expo.
The Nokia C7's big news comes in the shape its onscreen QWERTY keyboard and its Symbian^3 smarts, both firsts for a Cseries handset. It also boasts a 3.5-inch AMOLED screen, an 8-megapixel camera, HD recording capability and 8GB onboard storage (expandable to 40GB with microSD).
Not to be outdone by the rest of the Cseries, the C7 also packs in free global walk and drive navigation and a digital compass, a-la the Nokia C6. There's also the added bonus of active noise cancellation for voice calls.
Battery life isn't up there with the likes of the Nokia E5, but it does manage to eek out 9.5hours (in GSM mode) and stay on standby for an impressive 27 days (3G mode).
Nokia's always been elusive when it comes to on-shelf date but it's got the C7 pencilled-in to hit the shelves before the end of 2010. It'll be available in black, metal or brown for roughly €335.
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