Nokia’s three new Smart Phones
On Wednesday, Nokia released three new smart phones at a time for the mass market Powered by Symbian Belle, when the handset maker against the more advanced models and cheaper competitors in a market that used to dominate.
The new models are running the Symbian operating system, which includes what the Finland based company calls the world’s most smallest touch screen smart phones.
The launch of the Nokia 600, 700 and 701 is been done after just five months when Nokia launched its first smart phone that operates on Symbian software. The first smart phone from Nokia includes special features like new icons and faster browser updates. The company said that the devices were made of a “widespread use” of organic materials having a long lasting battery and energy-saving features.
Nokia is under great pressure in the field of manufacturing economic phones as it has many tough competitors such as ZTE asiáicos, and at the top of the range of smartphones like the iphones from Apple Inc. and the Research in Motion’s BlackBerry.
After partnering with Microsoft, whose Windows operating system will be the main program Phone in Nokia phones, this company wants to catch up with the new Windows-7 Phone that is to be launched later in this year.
The Vice president of Nokia, Ilari Nurmi said, “The Symbian Bell and the three new devices launched today demonstrate our commitment to continue pitching Symbian products. It will be the latest products or updates that will be launched by the Nokia with Symbian.”
The new models of Nokia Smartphones are designed with the technology for short range communication, NFC, allowing use with Bluetooth headphones and speakers and share contents between devices.
Nokia said that its Model 700, weighing 96 grams (3.5 ounces) is the one piece smartphone with touch technology. It is the world’s most compact Smartphone with 1 GHz processor, 8.1 inch touch screen (3.2 inches) and two gigabytes of internal memory.
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