Saturday, 28 April 2012

Nokia Lumia 700


The Nokia 700 has a 3.2-inch (640 x 360) AMOLED ClearBlack display powered by a 1GHz single-core processor. There’s also a 5 megapixel camera, HSDPA and WiFi connectivity, and up to 34GB of expandable memory. 

It’s also one of the first handsets to tout Nokia's Symbian Belle operating system, equipping the phone with a refreshed user interface, an Android-style  drop-down notifications bar, an active lockscreen and NFC support. 

The 700 will also benefit from some Microsoft apps coming soon such as Microsoft Lync 2010 Mobile, Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft PowerPoint Broadcast and Microsoft Document Connection. Not as good or extensive as those on the Lumia 710 but still very good for business users.

The Nokia 700 has a metallic battery cover, which comes in different colors, always matching the variety of colors the phone chassis is offered in. 

The chrome-like lock button, volume rocker and camera key on the right  also add some pizzazz, but are too smallish and flush with the surface to be found comfortably, and their travel is pretty shallow, especially the lock key. 

Below the Gorilla Glass screen protection in the front we also have three physical buttons - call, end and menu - positioned on a plastic bar. They have a good travel and click to them, but again come smallish for larger digits. The loudspeaker grill is frontal and recessed, making the phone look like a slider.


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