Nokia Symbian Belle Handsets in the Offing

August 26, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Nokia is on a roll and in a continuation of it’s Symbian lineup, has come out with three new devices. The new phones, carrying the latest Symbian platform version of Belle, were revealed on Wednesday.

With the latest Nokia 700, Nokia 701 and Nokia 600, the Finnish Company has expanded its Symbian repertoire. The new OS comes with new features like six home screens giving more flexibility for the users, a more powerful Web browsing experience and the single-tap NFC sharing and pairing capability.

The NFC technology, as you all are aware, can be used to share data with other NFC enabled devices and it can also be paired with NFC enabled mobile accessories such as speakers and headsets. To attract more users, the company has launched the Nokia Essence Bluetooth Stereo Headset along with the three handsets.

The Nokia 700 is the smallest of the three and has also gained the label of being the most compact touchscreen monoblock smartphone in the world. There’s a 1GHz processor with a 2GB internal memory coupled with a 32GB micro SD card slot under the covers.

It’s got a 3.2-inch AMOLED screen ClearBlack display accompanied at the rear by a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash. The eco-friendly handset measures 110×50.7×9.7 and weighs 96gm.

The sleek and stylish Nokia 701 packs the brightest display you could ever find on a smartphone. The 3.5-inch ClearBlack display is based on the C7 design.

Like the 700, there’s a 1GHz processor under the hood with 8GB internal memory expandable up to 32GB. Overhead, you will find an 8-megapixel rear camera with dual LED flash and 2X digital zoom and a front camera for video chat.

All three smartphones seem to have some special characteristics, and as with the first two, the Nokia 600 carries the reputation of being Nokia’s loudest smartphone. Similar to the other devices, this too equips a 1GHz processor with 2GB internal storage expandable up to 32 GB, and a 5-megapixel camera.

A striking feature of this handset is its built-in FM radio antenna and FM receiver, and the powerful internal speaker. The phone promises 60 hours music playback on a single recharge.

No word on the pricing or the release dates were mentioned. But with a wide array of specs put to the fore, we sure expect it to come soon.

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