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Nokia C7-00

Nokia C7-00
Nokia C7
Manufacturer Nokia
Series Cseries
Compatible networks
Availability by country 11 October 2010
Related Nokia 701
Form factor Monoblock
Dimensions 117.3 × 56.8 × 10.5 mm (4.62 × 2.24 × 0.41 in)
Weight 130 g (4.6 oz)
Operating system Symbian^3, Nokia Belle Refresh (v.111.040.1511) Updated on 29 Aug'12
CPU ARM11 680MHz processor
Storage
  • up to 350 MB internal memory
  • GB on-board memory
  • GB ROM
Removable storage microSD, up to 32 GB microSDHC
Battery BL-5K 1200 mAh Li-Ion battery
Data inputs
Display 640 × 360 pixel (nHD), 3.5" capacitive, multi-touch display with AMOLED technology
Rear camera 8 Megapixels (main), 16:9 720p video, 30 FPS
Front camera VGA, for video calling
Connectivity
Development status Retail Availability in Q4 2010

The Nokia C7-00 is a Nokia Belle (update made available on 7 February 2012) smartphone from the Nokia Cseries. The C7-00 features a 3.5-inch (89 mm), 640 x 360 pixel capacitive touchscreen. The smartphone was released in Q4, 2010 and was the first Symbian^3 smartphone to have NFC capability.

Dimensions

  • Size: 118.3 × 56.8 × 10.5 mm
  • Weight (with battery): 130 g (4.6 oz)

Keys and input methods

  • Touch screen
  • On-screen alphanumeric keypad and full keyboard

Personalisation

  • Six customisable home screens (in Nokia Belle)
  • Widgets
  • Themes
  • Customisable profiles

Software and applications

Software platform and user interface

The C7-00 runs the Nokia (Symbian) Belle operating system. Nokia Belle supports six home screens, each with re-sized widgets that the user can customise. Nokia released the Nokia Belle update via Nokia Suite (v3.3.86 or higher), with Anna previously released through FOTA or Nokia Suite (for PC or Mac) or Nokia Software updater on 18 August 2011. Nokia (Symbian) Belle v.111.030.0609 has been made available on 7 February 2012, along with other devices in the original Symbian^3 line-up. Several countries do not have the Belle update available for the Nokia C7. There is no current release date scheduled and it is not clear if the update will be released for the countries that do not currently have it available. If a phone has an IMEI indicating it is from one of these markets, it can not be updated to a Belle release.

Personal information management

  • Detailed contact information
  • Calendar
  • To-do list
  • Notes
  • Recorder
  • Clock

Navigation

  • Integrated GPS, with A-GPS functionality
  • Nokia Maps with free car and pedestrian navigation

Photography

Camera

  • 8 megapixel (3264 x 2448 pixels) camera
  • Aperture: f/2.8
  • Focal length: 4.3 mm
  • Fixed-focus lens with Extended Depth of Field (EDoF), marketed as "full focus"
  • Still images file format: JPEG/Exif[1]
  • Secondary camera for video calls (VGA, 640×480 pixels)
  • Face recognition software (in Nokia Store for older phones)

Image capture

Other

  • Built-in memory: 8 GB
  • MicroSD memory card slot, up to 32 GB
  • NFC enabled

Video

Video cameras

  • Main camera
    • Video capture in 720p 30 fps (after update to Nokia Belle) with codecs H.264, MPEG-4
    • Dual microphones for stereo audio recording
  • Secondary VGA camera for video calls

Video sharing and playback

  • HD 720p, 30 fps video playback
  • Web TV
  • Video call and video sharing
  • DivX and Xvid support

Music and audio

Music features

References

  1. ^ "Nokia C7-00 Specifications - Nokia - UK". Europe.nokia.com. 2011-08-26. Retrieved 2012-08-06. 

External links

  • Nokia C7-00 Device Details at Nokia Developer
  • Nokia C7-00 press release
  • Nokia C7-00 Device Details at Nokia Developer
  • Nokia Support Discussions
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