Tech tools: Nokia C7
Nokia may have decided to adopt Windows Phone as its primary smartphone system, but it’s still putting out the Symbian-powered phones too. The C7 is the latest handset to hit the market.
The slim, stainless steel and glass casing houses a 3.5-inch high definition display, an 8 megapixel camera and high definition video recording.
The touch-screen is vivid and responsive and there are three home screens that can be customised with apps and contacts.
The internal memory of 8GB can be expanded with a micro SD card of up to 32GB in size. It also includes the latest Bluetooth 3.0 technology and wifi, allowing you to ditch the wires where possible.