Nokia C7 could tempt social networking fans to recycle mobile phone
18 October 2010 — 7:07 PM
Some of those who prioritise social networking when it comes to choosing their new handset may wish to recycle a mobile phone and switch to the Nokia C7 when it is released.
The Finnish brand has announced it will begin shipping the device later this month and it will be available through a number of networks from November 1st.
With an emphasis on links to sites such as Facebook and Twitter, it may especially satisfy those who like to keep in touch with their friends and family.
Sami Lehtinen, general manager at Nokia, says: "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."
T-Mobile is thought to be preparing to offer a limited edition black version of the handset.
Nokia is in the process of launching a number of new mobiles to follow its successful and long-awaited unveiling of the N8 earlier this month.
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