Conclusion: Whilst Nokia’s software update has added missing features, it doesn’t solve many of the complaints we’ve had with previous Nokia Smartphones. The unresponsive touchscreen is frustrating, and some of Nokia’s apps seem buggy; we were often pushed back out to the phone’s main screen.
Summary: •Support social networking integration •Large and clear display •Outstanding camera •680 MHz fast processor •2G and 3G Network Support •Screen protection available •Stainless steel panels •Good for gaming •Uncomfortable volume rocker •Camera lacks auto focus •Average battery life •No office document...
Pros: upport social networking integration , arge and clear display , utstanding camera , 80 MHz fast processor , G and 3G Network Support , creen protection available , tainless steel panels , ood for gaming
Cons: ncomfortable volume rocker , amera lacks auto focus , verage battery life , o office document editing (Available in paid upgrade) , xpensive
Excerpt: Nokia’s had a big screen presence for a long time, and the X7, like many predecessors made a debut in one of this year’s blockbusters i.e. Transformers: Dark of the Moon. It definitely has stage presence is what I thought, and was quite eager to put it through its paces.
Excerpt: The Nokia X7 is built in a strong stainless steel body with a scratch-resistant Gorilla glass screen. It boasts a display resolution of 360 x 640 pixels on a large 4-inch AMOLED capacitive touchscreen making it well-suited to various mobile applications including web surfing, casual gaming, and...
Pros: It?s a formidable looking machine with a huge screen, hard metal casing, a superb camera and unmatched sat nav features
Cons: It runs on Symbian Anna, a dying dog of an OS that?s awkward to use, and it won?t be long before Nokia ditches it in favour of Windows Phone 7. The 680MHz processor is a bit puny for this price range