Desperate to claw back their share of the smartphone market after a series of mis-hits and meh-inducing products, Nolkia has today announced their new C7 and C6 handsets.
Due out in the last quarter of the year, both phones run the Symbian^3 operating system and flash a high end set of specs.
The handsets are veritably bristling with connectivity options, including peta-band WCDMA radio, quad-band GSM radio, Wi-Fi b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0.
There’s also an 8 megapixel camera with flash and 720p video recording (5MP on the C6), FM radio, and a micro-SD card slot for your storage expansion needs.
The Nokia C6 sports a 3.2-inch AMOLED screen with ClearBlack technology, FM transmitter and front-facing camera, while the C7 ups the game a tad and rocks a 3.5-inch AMOLED screen and a case made of posh stainless steel and glass and measures up at 117.3 x 56.8 x 10.5mm.
Lurking inside the Nokia C6 can be found 340 MB of internal user memory, while the Nokia C7 nudges that total up to 350 MB of internal memory with 8 GB of storage memory.
There’s a microSD memory card onboard for slapping in up to 32GB extra memory, and if all this has put you in the frame of mind to throw away your Android and eject your iPhone, the C6 can be yours for €260 ($334) while you can have the C7 nestling in your ‘chinos for €335 ($430).