Nokia C7 may be worth recycling mobile for
16 November 2010 — 3:58 PM
One month after its release, the reaction to the eagerly anticipated Nokia C7 has been overwhelmingly positive and it may have proved itself sufficiently to tempt consumers to recycle their mobile and upgrade to the model.
Adam, author of the latest Nokia Conversations blog, summarises some of the praise that has been heaped on the device.
He notes Rafe Blandford, writing for AllAboutSymbian, said the mobile is "one of the best" ever released by the Finnish brand due to its attention to detail and potential.
NokNok writer Phil B admitted the curvy design and quality of the Nokia C7 means it is sure to win a lot of fans.
Meanwhile, Adam himself claims despite being seen as "the little brother" of the Nokia N8, the C7 "can stand tall against its brother".
Jonathan Parkyn, reviewing the phone for T3 recently, also said the curvy style and shiny appearance of the model had won him over.
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