Nokia unveiled the C7 yesterday and now it's already available for pre-order. The phone popped up on the German Nokia Shop website and according to it, you can pre-order one of the company's latest Symbian^3-driven smartphones but it won't cost you 335 euro as advertized.
During the Nokia World 2010 we took the C7 for a quick hands-on video. To refresh your memory, the Nokia C7 features a 10.5 mm thin stainless steel body, a large 3.5" AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, an 8MP fixed-focus camera as well as 8GB of built-in storage and a microSDHC card slot.
The Nokia C7 was said to start selling for 335 euro before taxes and subsides. Apparently, those "taxes" add another 100 euro (or 30%) to the retail price since according to the German Nokia Shop website, the C7 is a few days and 429 euro (delivery excluded) away from you.
Update, 15 September 2010: The phone was spotted on the Spanish Nokia Shop website too. It's listed there with the same pre-order price of 429 euro, but the Spanish store also mentions when the device should hit the market: by the end of October 2010.
C7 graphics processor beats the crap out of all similarly priced Samsung devices (since it is the same is in N8 & E7). Also, Android takes so much resources the cheaper models feel really laggy and can't run the latest versions. I also real...
According to Nokia specs the phone has autofocus.
Fixed-focus !!! WTF ??? Better get 3.2MP with auto-focus like my 5800 than 8MP fixed-focus shit ... or better add moare 30$ and buy Nokia N8 ....