(MENAFN - The Peninsula) Consolidated Gulf Co (CGC) has unveiled the Nokia X7, a new smartphone aimed at Qatar's entertainment enthusiasts. Nokia X7 is among the first Nokia smartphones to contain the updated Symbian 'Anna' software, with new icons and usability enhancements such as improved text input, a faster browser and refreshed Ovi Maps.
Anil Mahajan, COO, CGC, announced the availability of Nokia X7 in CGC outlets and dealer shops across Qatar. He said, "We have brought this fabulous device especially for local consumers who love to have a more beautiful and entertaining device with loads of connectivity features and functionalities."
Nokia X7 is an entertainment-focused smartphone with a large 4" display ideal for gaming, and an 8 Megapixel camera for capturing pictures and HD-quality video. A distinctively designed device, the Nokia X7 is made from a combination of seamless stainless steel and glass " delivering a solid and durable feel in the hand, and comes preloaded with the popular Galaxy on Fire HD and Asphalt 5 HD games.
Tom Farrell, General Manager, Nokia Lower Gulf said: "We would like to reinforce our commitment to the Qatari market through introducing the latest devices into the market. With the Nokia X7, we are ensuring that the Qatari entertainment enthusiasts have not been missed. With our partners CGC together we will ensure that a wide range of Nokia's portfolio is available for the Qatari consumer.
Nokia X7 is also among the first smartphones to contain the complete update of the Symbian software user experience. This update offers a host of usability enhancements, including fresh, new icons, improved text input, a faster internet browsing experience and a refreshed Ovi Maps application with improved search and new public transport routes.
In coming months the software update, which is nick-named Symbian 'Anna', will also be available as standard on newly shipping Nokia N8, Nokia E7, Nokia C7 and Nokia C6-01 devices, as well as available to download on previously purchased models of those same smartphones.