November 27, 2010

Vodafone UK stars selling the HTC Desire Z and the Nokia C7

Vodafone UK have added two new smartphones in their lineup. The HTC Desire Z and the Nokia C7. The Desire Z is one of HTC's two new Android smartphones that came knocking on to store shelves when launched. Today, Vodafone is one of them offering the smartphone to their customers. The Nokia C7 is basically the Nokia N8 with the lesser camera and without the HDMI port.

The HTC Desire Z is the Desire HD's companion during launching. It features a slide out full QWERTY keyboard.  The HTC Desire Z is basically the European version of the HTC G2 that is bound for T-Mobile. It has the same innards of the G2 with an 899GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and a 3.7 inch touch screen display with a slide out full QWERTY keyboard. Since HTC has set a camera standard on their smartphones, this phone will also be equipped with an 8MP camera with dual-LED flash and a full HD video recording at 720p. Connectivity features also are the same with the HTC Desire HD, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, HSAP + radio, and will also be running on Android 2.2 Froyo and the new HTC Sense UI.

You can get the Desire Z over at Vodafone for free with a £35 monthly plan or get it with just a £25 per month plan but you have to shell out £199 to get the phone.

The Nokia C7 on the other hand will sell with a £256 per month plan for free or get it with a £20 monthly plan shelling out £100 upfront.

The Nokia C7 features a 3.5 inch capacitive touch screen display runs on Symbian^3. It also features an AMOLED display but without Nokia's ClearBlack technology. It has a digital compass and is a "Social networking smartphone". An 8MP autofocus camera but without flash. Full HD video recording.

Source: Unwired View


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