The Nokia C7, Nokia’s higher-midrange Symbian^3 (or ‘new Symbian’) offering, has made it to Canadian carrier Wind Mobile. The C7 seems to enjoy North America, since it’s also probably headed to T-Mobile in the US at some point in the near future.
Wind Mobile will sell you a C7 for $350. That price is not dependent on a contract signing, so it’s quite a good deal.
If you get a Nokia C7 from Wind Mobile, you will have access to the Ovi Store and the many applications and games it hosts, and Nokia Maps 3.x comes preinstalled and lets you navigate around the world for free.
The Nokia C7 has a 3.5-inch 360×640 capacitive touchscreen, an 8-megapixel full focus camera with 720p HD video recording, a 1200 mAh battery, microSD card slot, plus all the usual connectivity features one has come to expect from a smartphone in this day and age – Bluetooth, 3G, Wi-Fi, and so on.
If you’re interested, just visit Wind Mobile’s site and order yours.
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