We’ve already had one alert telling us that Nokia’s curvy C7 has started shipping, and praised the Finnish company for managing to get the Symbian^3 smartphone off the stage and out of the door in under 28 days. We’re not sure where exactly Nokia’s trucks were headed, however, since a new announcement says the C7 won’t arrive on UK carriers until November 1st.
The C7 is up for preorder today from Nokia’s online store, priced at £389 SIM-free or free on a £25 per month agreement. If you order through Nokia, you’ll also get it a little earlier: from October 25th, in fact, or next Monday.
Until then, you’ll have to make do with our unboxing and hands-on with the C7; our review is coming up soon.
NOKIA ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF THE NOKIA C7
London, 18th October 2010 – The beautifully smart Nokia C7 is available to pre-order from the Nokia Online Shop today for £389 SIM-free, and £25 p/m on contract. The Nokia C7 combines classical Nokia design, with all the functionality you would expect from a modern smartphone.
The Nokia C7 will be shipping from the Nokia Online Shop from Monday 25th October. It will also be available with UK retailers The Carphone Warehouse, O2, Phones4u, Three Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Vodafone, and T-Mobile with the exclusive black limited edition from 1st November onwards. Contracts are available from £25 per month.
Combining stainless steel and glass, with a full touch screen, The Nokia C7 is ideal for managing your life on the go, also incorporating HD video, an 8 megapixel camera and WebTV. Facebook and Twitter feeds are on your homescreen, as well as one touch access to popular email accounts including Ovi Mail, Yahoo!® Mail and Windows Live™ Hotmail.
“The Nokia C7 combines beautiful design with loads of great apps and powerful media tools, it really brings social networking to life at the touch of a button.” says Sami Lehtinen, General Manager at Nokia UK.
The Nokia C7 also opens up a world of apps, games, videos, and web and location-based services through the OVI Store, such as the exclusive X-Factor app, the highly addictive Angry Birds, and free OVI maps.