Nokia X7 via Three, Plus Price Cuts on N8, C7 and E6
The Nokia X7 is now available on Three UK and Nokia is cutting prices on flagship models such as N8, C7 and the E6.
Three is now offering the Nokia X7 and when purchased from the store you will get in the box the smartphone, USB Charger, Ice Blue Data Cable, WH-701 Stereo Headset, BL-5K Battery, Quick start guide and a 16 GB micro SDHC Card instead of the normal 8GB.
You can also buy the limited edition light steel colour version of the handset that is exclusive for three months, the X7 main features include the latest Symbian Anna operating system, improved web browser, 4-inch OLED display with ClearBlack technology, new portrait on-screen QWERTY keyboard, 8-megapixel camera, also comes with support for Adobe Flash 10 and HD video recording.
If you prefer to get the handset for free then all it takes is a contract, the tariffs start at Â£30 per month and for this you get 500 minutes anytime/any network, 5000 texts, 1GB internet and a free PAYG SIM for a friend. For an extra Â£5 per-month at Â£35 on the One Plan you can get the handset for free with 5,000 Three-to-Three calls, 5,000 texts, 2,000 any network calls and All-you-can-eat Data.
You can opt for the pay as you go option where the handset will cost Â£379.99, this offers 300 minutes, 3000 texts and all you can eat data, this will cost just Â£15 with our All in One 15 Add-on.
Whilst covering the latest Nokia news, we would like to report that Nokia has cut its Europe smartphone prices. These smartphones will include the Nokia N8, Nokia C7 and the Nokia E6; this has been put in place to slow the decline in its share of the higher end of the market according to Reuters.
The Nokia N8, C7 and the E6 have the highest cuts of about 15 percent, other phones have had price cuts but these are smaller according to Nokia. One European telecoms operator quote said “There are no very big cuts per model, but the scale — across the portfolio — is unseen for a very, very long time,”
Nokia shares have taken a drop so much so they are 2 percent lower at 4.35 Euros, the 3 handsets mentioned above are older models and will have a price cut and newer models releasing will also have a very aggressive price too.
Nokia are losing its market share to the likes of phones running the Android platform, Nokia shares of the smartphone market has declined to 25.5 percent in the first quarter from 39 percent a year earlier.