Nokia has introduced a new mid-range smartphone in its ranks in the form of the impressive new Nokia C7.
A smartphone with excellent connectivity and multimedia functionality.
The Nokia C7 has a high score in the style department. The model is available in a range of colors for anyone who wants to get away from the traditional black finish. The construction of the phone is almost completely made of plastic. That makes the phone a little cheaper than its older brother, the N8. But, on the other hand, the phone is nice and light with only 130 grams. The overall dimensions of the phone are 117.3 x 56.8 x 10.5 mm. The depth and width measurements are particularly pleasant, which makes this phone as comfortable as any other we found while using it.
The C7 incorporates a high-quality 3.5-inch screen that appears to be the perfect size for a versatile phone. Large enough to display web pages and media while keeping it compact enough to keep the total size to a minimum. The screen moves away from TFT technology in favor of the more advanced AMOLED screen. The result is a thin screen that produces a naturally rich color tone. In terms of resolution, the C7 offers an impressive 360 x 640 along with a capacity to manage up to 16 million colors.
In addition to being a smartphone,
the Nokia C7 is also a very powerful multimedia tool. The 8 GB of storage built into the phone should be sufficient for the average user, but if you need a little more space, you can simply add a micro SD card at your convenience, and the phone accepts this up to 32 GB. The camera of this phone offers users a final product of 8 megapixels of high quality, with an aspect slightly higher than 5 million pixels that seem to have become the industry standard.
The snapper is a matter of fixed focus, but it offers face detection along with a very efficient dual-LED flash. You can also record crystal clear high definition video images. This means that the results are in a resolution of 720P at a frame rate of 25 per second. The C7 handles a multitude of audio files, including MP3 and eAAC +, and with the addition of a stereo connector, you can listen to your music on almost any headset you choose.
The Nokia C7 attacks the mid-range smartphone market currently dominated by tastes like HTC Wildfire. This should be a success for the C7 thanks to its excellent HD installations and its improved Symbian 3.0 operating system.