Just like a super cool sports car brand, Nokia like releasing products in a series. Just take a look at the recent Asha and Lumia ranges for example.
Right now, we want to take a quick look at the Nokia Cseries.
For those of you that don’t know, C stands for ‘core‘, and the Cseries spans a broad range, from low to high end handsets. Today we’re going to take a quick look at the Nokia C7-00, released last year.
Core by name and core by nature, with an AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, an 8MP, fixed focus, dual LED camera and Symbian^3 OS (upgradable to Symbian Anna OS), the C7 packs quite a punch. Check out the video below to see some of the features in action:
All this dynamite is packed within a neatly rounded body, with flawless curves and flush edges, so discreetly designed it seems, that allaboutsymbian were inclined to comment:
“take off the back cover and remove the battery and you wonder where everything fits in.”
The techradar guys really like the C7’s chassis; ‘comfy in the hand. It’s quite slim and has a fairly narrow profile’ – perhaps the main reason behind Trevor Prideaux’s choice of phone for use in his prosthetic arm (above). Smooth and graceful, it looks ready made for the palm of whoever holds it.
“The C7 has truly outstanding build quality.”
What are your thoughts on the C7? Perhaps you’ve owned one or are currently using one now? Let us know your thoughts on the handset, or the Cseries in general at Nokia_Connects.