Nokia 600, 700, 701 announced with Symbian Belle!

Nokia has officially announced Symbian Belle, an update to Anna, along with three (3) new handsets — Nokia 701, Nokia 700 and Nokia 600 (following the new nomenclature).

The Nokia 701 is an 11mm full touchscreen handset with 3.5″ IPS-LCD display running on a 1 GHz processor. And yes, it looks like the Nokia C7.

Nokia 701
3.5″ IPS LCD display @ 360×640 pixels
Clear Black Display (CBD)
Gorilla Glass Display
1GHz processor
8 GB storage
up to 32GB via microSD
HSDPA 14.4Mbps, HSUPA 5.76Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 3.0 with EDR, A2DP
8MP fixed-focus camera with dual-LED flash
Video recording 720p @ 30fps
GPS w/ aGPS support
NFC support
FM radio tuner with RDS
Symbian Belle OS
Li-Ion 1300mAh battery

The Nokia 700 is the AMOLED-touting handset with a slightly-smaller screen but running 1GHz processor as well.

Nokia 700
3.2″ AMOLED display @ 360×640 pixels
Clear Black Display (CBD)
Gorilla Glass Display
1GHz processor
2 GB storage
up to 32GB via microSD
HSDPA 14.4Mbps, HSUPA 5.76Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 3.0 with EDR, A2DP
5MP fixed-focus camera with LED flash
Video recording 720p @ 30fps
GPS w/ aGPS support
NFC support
FM radio tuner with RDS
Symbian Belle OS
Li-Ion 1080mAh battery

The Nokia 600, on the other hand, is similar to the Nokia 700, minus the AMOLED display.

Nokia 600
3.2″ TFT LCD display @ 360×640 pixels
1GHz processor
2 GB storage
up to 32GB via microSD
HSDPA 14.4Mbps, HSUPA 5.76Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 3.0 with EDR, A2DP
5MP fixed-focus camera with LED flash
Video recording 720p @ 30fps
GPS w/ aGPS support
NFC support
FM radio tuner with RDS
FM transmitter
Symbian Belle OS
Li-Ion 1080mAh battery

The Nokia 600 has an internal radio antenna so I guess you don’t need to plug the earphones for the radio to work.

All three handsets will be released together with the latest Symbian Belle OS. A preview of the new OS is shown here.

Doesn’t that look Android-ish to you?

Expected release of the handsets will be sometime this quarter, so no later than October 2011.

Prices of the handsets are as follows:

Nokia 600 : 180 eur / 260 USD before taxes and subsidies
Nokia 700 : 270 eur / 390 USD before taxes and subsidies
Nokia 701 : 290 eur / 420 USD before taxes and subsidies

Remember, Nokia’s new nomenclature means — the higher the number, the better.

30 Comments on this Post

  1. Symbian + Android = Belle.

    …and according to rumors, the next Symbian would be Symbian Rama. ;D

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    • haha,, ANNA BELLE RAMA @_@

    • godofredo

      Panalo to! haha

    • ha ha ha. nice one… :)

    • but seriously, i think the next version will start with a letter “c” and if my guess is right, the name will still contain double consonant letters in between the same vowels. then again, i could be very wrong

    • @quzaqi
      ANNA BELLE RAMMA

  2. Finally Nokia is doing something better, hopefully this will make them more stable in due time. Their Windows 7 Phones take FOREVER!!!!

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  3. browser logo and store looks familiar :}
    contacts remind me of facebook.. :}

    i do hope they release some phones with WVGA screens…
    those screen sizes are so 2009 :D

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  4. florence
    Twitter: mstejadilla

    It isn’t any better than Nokia N8 right? Yun na kasi sana bibilhin ko this coming sept.. eh baka naman biglang mas ok pala toh. Hirap na naman pumili. haha

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    • lawrence

      still go for the N8, its still the best nokia hardware wise, because of the camera.

      I think the 1 ghz here will just have marginal effect at best. From the looks of it, Belle is already optimized to run smoothly even in 600Mhz CPU of N8. There’s even a vid in Youtube for this.

      All symbian^3 devices will be updated to Belle anyway, so no problem with the OS.

  5. Joelan
    Twitter: bibijoelan

    any rumored price ranges for each model?

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  6. HAHAHAHA!
    first was, ANNA then BELLE, know what’s next? it’s RAMA! so ANNA BELLE RAMA.. LMAO..

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  7. Edge
    Twitter: markdown07

    Why does Nokia keep releasing fixed focus cameras?

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    • same complaint here. it’s what keeps me from buying some of their new phone models. in short, a deal breaker if you’d ask me.

  8. Profile photo of deuts
    deuts
    Twitter: deuts

    Hmmmm, it looks like Nokia phones are getting capable these days sans the Windows Phone 7

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  9. Has Symbian quietly evolved?

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  10. Amazing, right?

    I wish they had a revamped version of the N8 acquiring the better hardware specs of these new devices, namely: 1GB ROM, 1GB user memory, 512MB RAM (VS N8’s: 1GB ROM, 135MB user memory, 256MB RAM, 16GB extra memory). The new devices also come with 4x more capable graphics co-processor.

    Well, still sticking with my N8 for the superior camera performance. I hope the Belle update wouldn’t take too long.

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  11. just when you thought Nokia and Symbian OS is down and out, a new wave of models is out. Nokia won’t just give its crown without a fight. It’s a good sign that while they want to embrace Windows Mobile 7, they still continue to develop their Symbian platform. The OS still needs polishing but having developed and improved Symbian is a positive move forward. Samsung and LG might have overtaken Nokia but for how long they can cope up with iPhone’s onslaught remains to be seen. Nokia on the other hand have already found its niche in the smartphone market and have loyal supporters. Step up the pressure NOKIAAAAAA…..

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  12. Abby
    Twitter: jesuisabby

    Nokia is releasing tooo many phones rather than focusing on a few. Bakit ba sila nagmamadali? Rather than release ng release ng phone I think would be better to strategize first than trying to eat out competitors. Apple has like one model of its phone pero super benta.

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    • Epstein

      Because different people have different needs and wants. Hindi lahat ng tao afford ang iPhone, pero lahat ng tao kayang bumili ng Nokia, dahil may iba ibang choices na may iba ibang price.

  13. Wow excited ako sa 701 pero kahit 1GHz ang mga bagong phone eh N8 pa rin ang gusto kong maging 2nd fone dahil sa camera. Hopefully maganda presyo ng 701 para ma convince ako :)

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  14. NokiA phones becomes interestinging again. Gone are the days where they simply “change” model with same innards as previous one and slap a hefty price for the “new” model.

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  15. seraphica_seven

    yung price nila ka-price lang nung C6-01 at C7.. Catherine ang susunod na OS.. hindi rama.. hehehe hindi na ako tuloy makapaghintay sa mga phones na to…

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  16. biteMYapple

    nokia is back in fighting FORM. i am fond of NOKIA- until ANDROID and IOS came along… now i think buying a nokia smartphone is worthy once again— thats redemption– an old laggy and ugly OS metamorphing to an abled OS.
    i think the pieces of the puzzle is already solved==an abled os with the pliability of ANDROID and the smoothness and caliber of IOS without THE BATTERY DRAIN.. im loving this revamped old OS once again

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  17. sana and2 na sa pinas ang nokia 600.para mgkaka alaman nsa sound blasting against china phone loudspeaker.go hurry nokia 600.pls tell when nokia 600 come to the philippines.pls tell also its price

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  18. Blue_Archer

    Tagal naman ma release ng NOKIA 701.. it’s almost the end of Q3..abot kaya ng 15K ang price neto..??hmmMMmmMM :D

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    • yup ang tagal.nokia , you disappoint us for being nokia 600 fans.why do you do this to us.plssssssssssss bring to the philippines the nokia 600.what is the reason why do you not included in shipping.is there any problem with us filipino musiclover that begging for nokia 600.

    • Name: nengsss
      Twitter: shanghaineng

      I saw a couple of online stores offering n701, ang price nila 15,000 and 16, 500.

  19. Gosh its from Maemo 5 the nokia n900, sure those who didnt know would say it is androidis since google took those very same features from n900 so since n900 was discontinued android got all the glory

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