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Nokia heralds Symbian^3 with C7 smartphone

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Nokia is now allowing its fans to place advance orders for its upcoming C7 capacitive touchscreen smartphone.

Nokia C7

The handset goes on sale direct from Nokia next week, but there's only a further seven days' wait if you want to buy one from someone else. Not that much need, then, to order early, we'd say.

If you do, it's £389, Sim-free.

Your dosh buys you an 8Mp camera; 3.5in, 360 x 640 OLED display; five-band HSDPA 3G connectivity; quad-band GSM/Edge connectivity; 802.11n Wi-Fi; Bluetooth 3.0; and an FM radio. There's 8GB of on-board memory, but there's always a Micro SD card port if you need more.

Nokia C7

The C7 runs the new Symbian^3 OS.

It's be available in "Charcoal black", "Mahogany brown" and "Frosty metal" - the latter a reference to Rob Halford's 2009 Christmas album, we presume... ®

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