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8th August 2014
Lumia 730 leaked ahead of official release.
7th August 2014
Entry-level and mid-range phones head-up summer sale.
24th July 2014
New budget blower enters the fray.
18th July 2014
So long, Nokia X. We barely knew ye.
18th July 2014
Future handsets will use Windows Phone instead.
16th July 2014 – 2 comments
Is a new design and Windows Phone 8.1 enough to sell the Lumia 930?
With an eight megapixel, HD video recording-enabled camera, handsome AMOLED four-inch display fashioned from robust Gorilla Glass and the latest version of Nokia's Symbian operating system, the Nokia X7 packs some serious smartphone heat.
Looking for a camera phone that easily the match for a dedicated digital snapper? The X7 could be just what you're after. Thanks to the on board eight megapixel lens with dual LED flash, fixed focus and face detection, it's got everything you need to take fantastic photos. And that goes for amateurs as well as more dedicated photographers.
What's more, the X7 is no slouch in the video department too, recording in 720p HD to give your mini movies a touch of real professionalism. And perhaps more importantly, ensure those magic moments look every bit as good as you remember them.
The X7 has also got entertainment on the go covered. Surfing the web, playing the latest games and watching movies on its pin-sharp four-inch, 16m-colour, AMOLED touchscreen really is a rare pleasure. Four external speakers mean it boasts rich, full sound quality too.
Other features of the X7 include an eye-catching factor with angled edges and stainless steel panels, digital compass, expandable memory via microSD to allow you to boost storage by up to 32GB, a free 8GB microSD card in the box, support for Quickoffice document viewer (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF) and a media player.
The phone is also powered by Nokia's Symbian Anna operating system, which features brand new, clearer icons on the homescreen to make it easy to find the functions you're after. A-GPS is also on board and teams with an improved version of the Nokia Maps mapping software for easy route-finding.