Mobile phone network Three has unveiled the Nokia X7 large screen mobile phone is now available on their network, on contracts starting from £30 a month.
Nokia’s X7 and their E6 business handset were announced back in April at the same time, where the X7 is more of an entertainment device with a display size that matches the Nokia E7 and the features of their N8 consumer mobile.
The X7 is ranged in Nokia's X series, whilst taking elements from the N8's design and also the E7 with its much larger screen. Nokia’s X7 has the same 4-inch 16:9 nHD 640x360 AMOLED capacitive touch screen as the E7 handset, only without the ClearBlack display for improved outdoor visibility.
Nokia's Symbian Anna update arrives on the handset with a host of usability enhancements, such as split-screen viewing of messages, webpages and maps, along with a virtual portrait Qwerty keypad, faster page downloading whilst web surfing and new search and public transport routes inside of Ovi maps.
On-board is an 8 megapixel camera, whereas the flagship Nokia N8 has a 12MP variant and 16GB of built-in memory - with Three including a 16GB microSD card in the box.
Three is carrying the Nokia X7 on price plans that start from £30 a month, with 500 minutes, a 500 text message bundle and a 1GB data allowance. The mobile phone is also available on Three's infamous One Plan, with 2,000 minutes, a 5,000 text message allowance and a truly unlimited data bundle, with no limits or fair usage policy whatsoever - for £35 a month.
One Mobile Ring has taken stock of the Nokia X7 handset, where we have published a hands-on walkthrough here and are soon publishing a review too
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Originally published at OneMobileRing.com