Nokia has just announced the next version Symbian, Belle, along with a bunch of handsets running Symbian Belle. First and foremost, the company announced the Nokia 700. The 700 is the most compact touch-screen monoblock handset out there in the market right now. It is also the greenest phone from Nokia until date. It is made up of bio-plastics, recycled plastics and recycled metals.
The Nokia 700 sports a 3.2-inch AMOLED CBD (ClearBlack Display), with nHD (360×640) resolution. The handset is also powered by a 1GHz processor, and packs 256MB of RAM along with 2GB of internal memory. Other key features of the 700 include GPS with A-GPS, Wi-Fi, FM Radio, microSD card slot, Bluetooth, an eCompass and NFC. The usual arrays of sensors are also on-board.
The back of the Nokia 700 boasts of a 5MP EDoF (Read that as Full focus) camera with an LED flash. Like I said earlier, the handset runs on Symbian Belle and is expected to hit the retail stores by Q3 of this year. The handset will be available in a variety of color including cool grey, silver/white, coral red, peacock blue and purple.
The Nokia 700 will retail for around EUR 270, without taxes or subsidies.