Posts Tagged ‘Nokia 701’

Nokia Pushing Belle FP2 Update To 603, 700, 701 And 808 PureView

Nokia Pushing Belle FP2 Update To 603, 700, 701 And 808 PureView

Symbian just won’t die, will it? In keeping up its word, Nokia is continuing its support for the near-dead OS, Symbian, releasing a Feature Pack 2 update forĀ fourĀ devices, namely (or numberly) – the 603, 700, 701 and 808 PureView. The latter also gets some imaging and gallery enhancements, while the former three get Nokia Car Mode, a faster keyboard with Hindi (Devnagri) support and a faster browser and a…

Nokia 701- Belle on the Run…

Nokia 701- Belle on the Run…

 

After being away for almost an year from Symbian, Paul from www.nokiaconnects.com give me a chance to trial Nokia 701, a 131 grams device running Symbian Belle FP1. Symbian was never an alien OS to me, since I was following the news about it on twitter and various tech blogs. Still, Belle was something new and exciting for…

Nokia 701 Review – Belle Is Pretty, And Fast On The 1 GHz Processor

Nokia 701 Review – Belle Is Pretty, And Fast On The 1 GHz Processor

Remember the Nokia C7? Of course you do. It was one of the first four new Symbian devices that Nokia launched. Besides the E7, C6-01 and N8, it was launched in 2010, and came with a 680 MHz processor, which, although good enough, could be found panting every now and then. Those specs were just too low,…

India Plaza Offering Nokia 701 At Rs. 16,999, Ships In 2 Days, COD

India Plaza Offering Nokia 701 At Rs. 16,999, Ships In 2 Days, COD

Even before the Nokia 701 could be made available officially, India Plaza, an online reseller, is offering the Belle-running smartphone, already.

The price they’re asking is quite good too, about Rs. 2,000 less than the MRP of Rs. 18,999….

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Nokia Announces Three New Devices – 600, 700 And 701, Running Belle

Nokia Announces Three New Devices – 600, 700 And 701, Running Belle

Nokia has finally released three new Symbian devices, running Belle. Those three devices are – 600, 700 and 701. If you notice, these devices’ names come from Nokia’s new naming scheme, which apparently, is supposed to simplify the naming. But… well… they failed at, I feel, just like Samsung (who tried to copy counter this move by Nokia, again).

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