Mobile phone network Three has confirmed it's to get one of the Finnish phone maker's latest phones, the Nokia C7.
The Nokia C7 was unveiled last week at the company's annual symposium Nokia World 2010 in London, where Three is the first network to confirm it will be carrying the handset.
Nokia's C7 is a 3.5-inch full touch screen device aimed squarely at the consumer, whilst tipping up running the newest OS in Nokia's arsenal - Symbian^3.
The phone is accompanied by an 8 megapixel camera with dual flash that is capable of HD video recording, in a chassis that's only 10.5mm thick.
Nokia's C7 is the larger version of their C6 mobile phone, which only arrives with a 3.2-inch touch screen display and has 340MB of memory compared with the C7's 8GB.
One Mobile Ring's video of the C7 handset from the launch event noted the phone was running from a Vodafone SIM card, but there's been no news from that network as yet.
No prices or a release date has been furnished to the media by Three, although we suspect the Nokia C7 will arrive on the much coveted One Plan - free, on the £25 a month tariff.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com