Social networking fans may sell used phone in favour of Nokia C7
11 October 2010 — 12:01 PM
Nokia has started shipping its brand new C7 device, which could tempt many consumers to sell a used phone and focus on snapping up the product.
Thought to be among the most-significant advantages of the model are its stylish design, including a stainless steel and glass case, as well as its provision of social networking tools.
Indeed, the 3.5-inch touchscreen has been specially designed to bring instant updates to users from Facebook, Twitter and other similar portals.
It will only take one click to access a personal Ovi Mail account, meaning there is little excuse for not keeping up to date with all correspondence.
Jo Harlow, head of smartphones at Nokia, says: "Designed specifically with the style-conscious consumer in mind, the Nokia C7 also brings excellent social networking abilities, making it perfect for people who want to check-in and stay up to date."
The Finnish brand recently started shipping its new N8 handset, with the E7 and C6 also confirmed for imminent release.
Jon Butler, creative brand manager at Envirofone, says: "If you like to have your finger on the pulse, you might want to upgrade your mobile to a model like this. You could trade-in your old handset and make some cash."
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