The Nokia C7 is one of the first smartphones to use the new Symbian 3 operating system. It features a huge 3.5 inch AMOLED glass touchscreen capable of displaying 720p video, and looking amazing while doing it. The case design is super-slim at less than 11mm thick and features a stainless steel frame that feels expensive and tough.
The front of the Nokia C7 is dominated by its huge touchscreen, but there is also room for call start and end buttons plus a general menu button. There is an extra microphone mounted on the back of the handset to provide noise-cancelling functionality, and the C7 packs a high quality 8 megapixel camera capable of capturing 720p video. Internal memory is 8GB as standard, although this can be easily supplemented by adding microSD cards up to 32GB.
The Nokia C7 runs the new Symbian 3 operating system, which has been heavily modified for use on touchscreen devices and comes with contact integration for social networking services like Twitter and Facebook. The three available home screens are entirely customizable with widgets for showing unread emails, weather and news reports, location info, and contacts social network status. The Nokia C7 comes with support for Microsoft Exchange and up to 10 webmail accounts, plus true seamless multi-tasking and excellent media player functionality.