Nokia unveiled at their annual symposium Nokia World 2010 the C7 handset, a larger version of the C6 with upgraded features.
The C7 comes with a 3.5-inch AMOLED touch screen display, slightly larger than the C6 with much the same features as the smaller model announced at Nokia World.
Nokia's C7 chassis comes in at 117.3mm in hight, 56.8mm in width and is 10.5mm thin - compared to the C6's 103.8mm, 52.5mm by 13.9 mm dimensions.
The sleeker C7 has much the same features as its smaller sibling, with the 8 megapixel camera and Symbian ^3 OS only in a much more business centric body.
There is more memory in this model than the other C series handset launched at the event. The C7 comes with 8GB of internal memory, whilst the C6 only ships with 340MB and a 2GB microSD card.
The C7 is the first handset to use recycled metal as a part of its case, where other handset manufacturer's such as Sony Ericsson have only ventured as far as recycled plastics with their Elm mobile phone.
Nokia's C7 ships in Q4 of this year, with the expected cost of Euros 335 SIM free and unlocked.
Stay tuned to One Mobile Ring as we're at the event providing news, images and video of the handsets through the day.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com