Aside from the Nokia E7, Nokia has come out with two shiny new additions to the Symbian^3 family – the sleek C7 and the compact touchscreen C6.
The stunning C7 is only 10.5mm thin and boasts of a 3.5-inch AMOLED display. Its 8-megapixel camera can shoot HD video in 720p and there’s an adequate 8GB onboard storage to keep all your videos (expandable to 40GB with a microSD). City users will also be happy to see the free global walk and drive navigation, active noise cancellation, and the impressive battery life – 9.5 hours of calls (in GSM mode) and a 27-day standby time (3G mode) in a single charge! Expect the Nokia C7 to hit stores before the end of 2010. Available in metal, brown, and black for approximately €335.
The C6, Nokia C7’s little brother, is also a compact little device that sports an 8-megapixel camera. It also has the same Nokia ClearBlack technology and provides live feeds from your favorite social networking sites. However, it’s more pocket-friendly in terms of size and features. The C6 packs a 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen, microSD support for up to 32GB, and 17 days standby time and up to 11.5 hours talktime from the battery. Expect it to be out before 2010 ends for €260.