Aug 24, 2011

Nokia Lauches 3 New Phones With New Symbian BELLE OS(Nokia 701, 700, 600)

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Free-form, resizable, live widgets: widgets like the clock, email, music player, favourite contacts and the calendar have been redesigned and now come in five different sizes. They can also be resized and rearranged to create a completely personalised set of screens. There are also new ‘Toggle’ widgets for tasks like switching on Bluetooth and changing profiles.

More homescreens: with Symbian Belle the maximum number of homescreens rises from three to six, so now you can have absolutely everything close at hand.

Improved status bar: the status bar sports a modern, flat look and incorporates a pull down notifications tab that incorporates common settings and notification of incoming messages, missed calls and the rest.

Modernised navigation: the navigation and options bar at the bottom of the screen sports a modern, new look, similar to that first seen on the Nokia N9.

New apps: a new suite of powerful business apps from Microsoft includes Lync (IM for businesses, like Microsoft Communicator), Sharepoint, OneNote, Exchange ActiveSync and PowerPoint Broadcaster.

Informative lock screen: the lock screen now tells you about missed calls, messages in your inbox and more, so you can check your phone at a glance. You can now also add a coloured wallpaper to your lock screen.

NFC devices: With Symbian Belle, Near-Field Communications (NFC) is now deeply integrated into the operating system, so you can share pictures, connect with accessories, and check-in – all with just a tap.

Visual multitasking: Now you can flick between larger live images of your open apps to see what’s going on at a glance and move quickly between your apps.

Nokia 701
The first of the three new Symbian Belle handsets is the Nokia 701, which is touted to have the brightest screen in the world, using a 3.5-inch IPS LCD display with ClearBlack technology. The design is based on the Nokia C7-00, but it has an upgraded 1GHz processor. It also features an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera with dual-LED flash, a front-facing camera for video calling, NFC, and 8GB internal memory expandable with a microSD up to 32GB. Priced at 290 euro or about $420(Rs.19000).

Nokia 700

The Nokia 700 is touted as the smallest touchscreen smartphone on the market, measuring just 110 x 50.7 x 9.7mm and weighing 96g. It has a 1GHz processor, 3.2-inch AMOLED screen, and battery life of up to 7.4 hours talk-time or up to 465 hours standby. It has a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera with LED flash, NFC, and 2GB int
ernal storage expandable with microSD. Priced at 270 euros or about $390 or RS.18000(approx.).

Nokia 600
The Nokia 600 is an all-in-one media phone sporting super load speaker and comes preloaded with Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja. It has a 3.2-inch 640×360 display, A-GPS, accelerometer, and magnetometer and runs on a 1GHz processor. Priced at $260 or at RS.12500(approx)

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