Nokia 700, Nokia 701 and Nokia 600 Symbian Belle Phones Launched In India

Leading Mobile phone maker Nokia today announced the launch of three feature-packed, mass market smartphones – Nokia 700, Nokia 701 and Nokia 600 bringing the latest smartphone functionality at attractive price points and including market-leading innovation with new Symbian Belle OS in Indian market.

The Nokia 600, 700 and 701 are priced at Rs. 12,999; 18,099 and 18,999 extend the range of available designs, features and functionality in the Nokia Symbian smartphone range. Symbian Belle powers all three, with single-tap NFC technology sharing and pairing, the most personal user interface so far and a more powerful mobile Web browsing experience.

The most compact touch screen monoblock smartphone in the world (Nokia 700); a sleek and stylish smartphone with the world’s brightest mobile display for indoor or outdoor use (Nokia 701), and Nokia’s loudest entertainment smartphone (Nokia 600) all bring firsts to the Nokia product portfolio.

The new Symbian Belle OS is the latest in a series of planned software updates to the Symbian platform, which started with Symbian Anna and will continue into 2012. Symbian Belle increases the number of home screens from three to six providing more room to display applications and services. Live widgets, now come in five different sizes, making the home screens come alive and giving users more flexibility to personalize the user experience.

It also includes a pull down menu and taskbar to access notifications from any of the home screens and further enhancements to the Web browsing experience. All in all, Symbian Belle provides Nokia’s most competitive, seamless and intuitive Symbian experience so far.

Nokia 700:

At only 50 cubic centimetres, weighing 96gm and at 110 x 50.7 x 9.7 mm, the Nokia 700 not only becomes Nokia’s most compact smartphone in the Symbian range, it is the most compact touch monoblock smartphone in the world. What it lacks in size it makes up for in functionality, with single-tap NFC sharing and pairing capabilities, a 1Ghz processor, 3.2 inch AMOLED screen ClearBlack display, 2GB of internal memory (with the option of using a 32GB microSD card for a total of 34GB), HD video capture and 5MP full focus camera with LED flash.

The Nokia 700 is also Nokia’s most eco-friendly smartphone. With a long battery life, extensive use of eco-friendly materials and features to minimize battery consumption, it is the perfect smartphone for any environmentally-conscious smartphone user. Price in India – Rs.18099

Nokia 701:

Nokia’s brightest smartphone: The Nokia 701 is a sleek, slim smartphone incorporating the world’s brightest ever mobile phone display, based on a 3.5 inch ClearBlack display that makes it perfect for indoor and outdoor use. It also has active noise cancellation for the clearest sound quality and, like the other new smartphones, provides single-tap NFC pairing and sharing capabilities, allowing content to be shared and sound to be streamed wirelessly to headphones and NFC-enabled speakers.

Based on the popular Nokia C7 design, the Nokia 701 smartphone also has a 1GHz processor, 8MP full focus camera with dual LED flash and 2 X digital zoom, 2nd front-facing camera and HD video capture. It comes with 8GB internal memory and the possibility to increase to 40GB by installing a 32GB microSD card. Price in India- Rs.18999.

Nokia 600:

The Nokia 600 smartphone delivers a big sound and a big personality in a small package and is Nokia’s loudest at 106 Phons. With built-in FM radio antenna for listening to radio without headphones and FM transmitter that makes it possible to broadcast music from your phone to any FM radio, the Nokia 600 is a music-lover’s dream. With 60 hours of music playback time, an incredibly powerful internal loudspeaker and the ability to also stream music wirelessly to NFC-enabled accessories, it is the perfect smartphone to get the party started.

Available at a lower price point than the Nokia 700 and Nokia 701, the Nokia 600 still comes with a 1 GHz processor; 5MP full focus camera with LED flash and HD video capture, and 2GB of internal memory with ability to increase to 34GB using a 32GB microSD card. Price in India Rs.12999.

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  • sujay singh March 5, 2012 1:13 pm

    when it is lanchud

  • bourne smith November 25, 2011 6:14 pm

    nokia 6oo is looks best than 700 & 701. but the features are not . designed its preety in nokia 600.

  • nawaz November 14, 2011 2:43 pm

    hay its superb

  • Dodz November 1, 2011 10:05 am

    Well, the Nokia 600 has an excellent quality of sound to be true. Camera quality is good. Networking is also quite good.. Battery backup is average. I need to charge the phone everytime after listening to music for 2hours and networking for 2h.. Sad, there is no option for video calling.. Overall its good for its price tag.

  • Arup October 4, 2011 8:09 pm

    @Amit.G
    Really the signal reception quality of samsung is too poor

  • ralph October 1, 2011 3:03 am

    @bhaskar
    video calling feature+3g tariffs=huge monthly mobile bill

  • Kiran.h September 30, 2011 12:08 am

    @bhaskar
    Try nokia C5 symbian smartphone for 6.5k it has got video calling facility.

  • bhaskar September 29, 2011 11:44 pm

    why is nokia 600 costing rs.13,000 not having video calling where as samsung e3213 costing just rs.2700 having video calling and secondary camera?

  • bhaskar September 29, 2011 11:41 pm

    all of you.. leave whether nokia or samsung is best. just answer why the f*** both these companies not adding video calling feature or secondary camera to their so called smartphones. these dumbos expect us to pay rs.8000-15000 and then don’t offer even basic thing like video call on their 3G smartphones? are we indians fools?

  • rahulraj September 29, 2011 9:47 pm

    Dastan :
    @Rahul raj
    Y dont u get some gyaan by reading some books or by googling???
    antenna of a phone plays a major role in signal reception, have used Samsung wave and it sucks big time to receive signal at my place where my earlier noki E72 use to give full strength. Y dont u google to find reviews of wave users? all complain the same thing n even u see youtube videos

    if Nokia mobiles have bst reception dn the mobile operators should give their subscribers who have Nokia phones great offers as it would save them huge infrastructure cost….operators would need to set up only 50% or lower no. of BTS dn wat they do now

  • Amit.G September 29, 2011 9:46 pm

    @AzK
    Thank the moderators because they are cancelling my comments which i had replied to your previous comment.

  • Amit.G September 29, 2011 9:42 pm

    @Kaushik
    how did u manage to get it at such a low price?

  • Kaushik September 29, 2011 8:38 pm

    I’ve got the Nokia 701 yesterday. Price in Kolkata is Rs. 14,977 + VAT 13.5%. So far the phone is brilliant.

  • AzK September 29, 2011 7:59 pm

    Amit.G :@Rohan Singh You know what Sony phones have best reception worldwide. In my home town wher uninor tower is far from my house, my friend’s sony ericsson phone was showing full network, when he changed that sim to Samsung corby pro to surf internet and watch videos i was surprised to see that signal was just 1 bar and it failed to offer good speed. My nokia 2626 Was showing 4 out of 6 bars.even my samsung Metro 3G phone used show just 1 bar out of 7. So as per my experience i can sincerly rate that 1st position goes to SE. 2. Nokia and motorola 3. Samsung.I have read many reviews of samsung users complainin about poor reception. S1 and wave tops the list.

    you are a silly kid liking any lolipop offered from nokia.

  • Amit.G September 29, 2011 6:38 pm

    @Rohan Singh
    Hey buddy u can call that survey as baseless as it involved just High end smartphone users across US and the number of people interviewed is 515.

  • Amit.G September 29, 2011 6:31 pm

    @Rohan Singh
    You know what Sony phones have best reception worldwide. In my home town wher uninor tower is far from my house, my friend’s sony ericsson phone was showing full network, when he changed that sim to Samsung corby pro to surf internet and watch videos i was surprised to see that signal was just 1 bar and it failed to offer good speed. My nokia 2626 Was showing 4 out of 6 bars.even my samsung Metro 3G phone used show just 1 bar out of 7. So as per my experience i can sincerly rate that 1st position goes to SE. 2. Nokia and motorola 3. Samsung.
    I have read many reviews of samsung users complainin about poor reception. S1 and wave tops the list.

  • Rohan Singh September 29, 2011 5:46 pm

    Retention % of top 6 companies :
    Apple :89%
    HTC :33%
    Blackberry :33%
    Samsung :28%
    Motorola :25%
    Nokia :22%.
    This is the % of people who stick to these brands after purchasing a product from the same company.
    This itself shows where Nokia stands.

  • Rohan Singh September 29, 2011 5:28 pm

    Kiran.h :
    @rahuraj
    For what you are giving plus one?? For the wrong info he is giving?? Better google about network bands. If your phone is designed to receive 900/1800/2100 then it is fit to be used in india because in india Gsm operators use 900/1800mhz band to transmit radio waves in 2G platform. 850/1900mhz is not used in india it is used in other countries. Seriously in the mean time to hate nokia you guys have lost your heads, better grow up

    Now we can’t like or give +1 without taking permission from Kiran.h.
    No matter how hard u Nokia lover’s try to convince us we hate Nokia ….U can’t force me to love this bull shit company. Sales itself shows who is the best. Galaxy s2 already crossed millions & wave series going to complete millions.

  • Rohan Singh September 29, 2011 5:22 pm

    Dastan :
    @Rahul 24*7
    Nokia 701 is penta band. so according to u will this phone has best reception than any other mobile??? first understand the bands friend. in india only 900/1800mhz band is used to transmit radio waves where as in some countries 850/1900mhz is used. for 3G some use 2100mhz band. so just prove me how a phone which is designed to operate in 900/1800 band in india fails to receive proper signal??? basically penta band is used to be connected in int-roaming.

    This is what I am saying phones that are designed to receive 900/1800mhz will get better network either it’s Nokia or any other company. Then how come other brands gave poor network & Nokia gave better network. And in India companies operate on 900/1800/1900mhz for 2G & 2100mhz for 3G. I have seen some nokia phones giving poor network where as same area with Sony Ericsson gave full network without fluctuations. nds gave poor network & Nokia gave better network. And in India companies operate on 900/1800/1900mhz for 2G & 2100mhz for 3G. I have seen some nokia phones giving poor network where as same area with Sony Ericsson gave full network without fluctuations.

  • Kiran.h September 29, 2011 2:19 pm

    @rahuraj
    Oh is it?? So tell me why samsung galaxy 3 whic runs with 600mhz processor fails to give better backup than a nokia C7?? Os plays major role in determining battery backup. Just visit any tech sites, u will find experts mentioning that symbian has the best power management.

  • Dastan September 29, 2011 2:13 pm

    @Rahul raj
    Y dont u get some gyaan by reading some books or by googling???
    antenna of a phone plays a major role in signal reception, have used Samsung wave and it sucks big time to receive signal at my place where my earlier noki E72 use to give full strength. Y dont u google to find reviews of wave users? all complain the same thing n even u see youtube videos

  • Kiran.h September 29, 2011 2:04 pm

    @rahuraj
    For what you are giving plus one?? For the wrong info he is giving?? Better google about network bands. If your phone is designed to receive 900/1800/2100 then it is fit to be used in india because in india Gsm operators use 900/1800mhz band to transmit radio waves in 2G platform. 850/1900mhz is not used in india it is used in other countries. Seriously in the mean time to hate nokia you guys have lost your heads, better grow up

  • rahuraj September 29, 2011 2:04 pm

    Ganesh Srinivasan :
    @Vikas Patidar
    I agree with your views on Android – it is an over kill, hungry on resources, a factor that makes me hesitant to go for any Android phone
    I am still an old fan of Symbian – unwilling to give up on that due to sheer performance – works fine with lesser hardware resources and with 1 GHz processors and higher memory, these phones would definitely perform better – at these price points and for similar specifications

    dude dont u think dat 600mhz phones wont give as much backup as of 1ghz phones be it of any brand…….and since nokia is upgrading its hardware,very soon people will forget it for what it is known(GOOD BATTERY BACKUP)

  • rahuraj September 29, 2011 1:58 pm

    Vikas Patidar :

    AzK :
    Do these phones look like 10000 Rs. and above?piece of real and original shit from nokia.yaak!!!

    These phones are shit for one whose mind is poured of none other that a shit.

    The Nokia 700 is also Nokia’s most eco-friendly smartphone. With a long battery life, extensive use of eco-friendly materials and features to minimize battery consumption, it is the perfect smartphone for any environmentally-conscious smartphone user

    Don’t you read such useful information before writing here. I think you need an eco-friendly phone

    RAJNIKANT JI WHAT ARE U DOING HERE…..I WAS EXPECTING U TO B BSY COUNTING DOTS IN THE DISPLAYS OF SAMSUNG PHONES

  • rahuraj September 29, 2011 1:54 pm

    Rohan Singh :

    Arjun Chandrashekar :
    I’ve Used Android Mobiles And Dumped It Coz Of Poor Reception in Case of 2G Mode. Nokia Is Even Better Than Other Mobiles Where You Will Get Network Everywhere Where Others Search For Coverage Of Respective Telecom Operators @AzK

    Due to poor reception? ? If u have quad-band u will have better reception & dual -band will have poor reception depending on the operator & frequency it’s operating.

    +1

  • Dastan September 29, 2011 1:54 pm

    @Rahul 24*7
    Nokia 701 is penta band. so according to u will this phone has best reception than any other mobile??? first understand the bands friend. in india only 900/1800mhz band is used to transmit radio waves where as in some countries 850/1900mhz is used. for 3G some use 2100mhz band. so just prove me how a phone which is designed to operate in 900/1800 band in india fails to receive proper signal??? basically penta band is used to be connected in int-roaming.

  • zareef September 29, 2011 12:24 pm

    this mobiles are not so attractive at first look it look like C series

  • Rahul 24*7 September 29, 2011 12:18 pm

    Kiran.h :
    @Rohan Singh
    Bhai saab wru?? Reception strength doesnt depend on band. Quad band means phone can be accessed to 4 bands ie 850/900 1800/1900mhz. Reception depends on your phone’s antenna quality and strength which nokia leads and i can bet that no other company can match nokia’s reception.

    Who told u kiran ?? Dual-band, tri-band and quad-band makes a lot of difference in network reception. I think next time people having poor network will purchase Nokia instead of blaming Network operator. Isn’t it?? You want to say that any operator will give full network on Nokia only ?? What do u think only N0kia knows how to make mobile phones ?? You are a real Nokia lover no doubt .Sorry to say but i don’t agree u on this.

  • AzK September 29, 2011 12:11 pm

    Dastan :
    @AzK
    Well u have accepted the fact that nokia is superior in all ways since u are comparing 18000worth 701 with 35000 worth SGS2. ya nokia is meant to to compared
    in that way.

    dude read the comment carefully.i am comparing nokia. N9 and sgs2.

  • Dastan September 29, 2011 12:00 pm

    @AzK
    Well u have accepted the fact that nokia is superior in all ways since u are comparing 18000worth 701 with 35000 worth SGS2. ya nokia is meant to to compared in that way.

  • Jagan September 29, 2011 11:15 am

    Looks over priced. Nokia will slash 20% price down in three months.

  • Amit.G September 29, 2011 10:49 am

    What ever people say but i simply love my Nokia E52 than any other phone. This beautiful phone can do everything. Offers me great battery backup for 4 days on 2G network, good pushmail services, Though it has just 600mhz processor it is very fast, Can assign 14+2 email notifications and 6 applications on the home Screen, 3 customized Metallic buttons which can be assigned to any application, more over phone can be switched between 2 home screens so i don have to go inside folders. Till now my phone never got hanged nor restarted on its own. Its big alphanumeric keypad makes it really fast to type with just one hand :-)

  • Amit.G September 29, 2011 10:40 am

    @Arjun Chandrashekar
    My friend is using this phone from 1month, he said that its very good. He also said that since this is just 5k phone with limited RAM n Processor one should not operate is very fast as phone will restart. I have also used Samsung c6112 and this phone also restarts very often while using net via opera mini. But nokia has got better surfing experience as per my experience. fing experience as per my experience.

  • Rohan Singh September 29, 2011 9:15 am

    Vikas Patidar :
    @AzK
    When Apple sell an iPhone’s then Nokia get bucks as royalty and when a HTC and more other company sells a device based on Android then Microsoft gets bucks as royalty and now Samsung is also going to give bucks for each Android devices. Hence there is no need of worrying and ultimately Nokia and Microsoft is getting more bucks then Android manufactures because of strong patent portfolio. Also everyone knows on the earth that their market share is going downwards and it was officially announced by the Nokia when they had decided to go with Windows Phone as primary smart phone platform. Rather you should wait until that period overs. Nokia World event is just near and you will see what they will bring on shelves.
    Also if you have really a sense of humor then compare this Nokia phones with the Samsung Phones which are available at the same price here.
    Also no need to compare phones on the basis of hardware specification of the processor.
    Just read the comparison of the Nokia N9 with the Samsung Galaxy S II.
    Nokia N9 outperforms its Android counterparts because it runs apps on native Linux based platform compared to android’s dalvik runtime.
    Just fit these below given lines in your mind:
    Android is Linux based OS which runs java apps on the top of virtual machine and hence require higher processing and other resources compared to other platforms.

    This is an old comment. You have already said this before.

  • Arjun Chandrashekar September 29, 2011 8:24 am

    @Amit.G
    Amit Pls Give Me Suggestion Is Nokia C2-03 a Better Dual Sim Mobile From Nokia?

  • Ganesh Srinivasan September 29, 2011 7:30 am

    @Vikas Patidar
    I agree with your views on Android – it is an over kill, hungry on resources, a factor that makes me hesitant to go for any Android phone

    I am still an old fan of Symbian – unwilling to give up on that due to sheer performance – works fine with lesser hardware resources and with 1 GHz processors and higher memory, these phones would definitely perform better – at these price points and for similar specifications

  • AzK September 29, 2011 3:53 am

    Vikas Patidar :@AzK
    When Apple sell an iPhone’s then Nokia get bucks as royalty and when a HTC and more other company sells a device based on Android then Microsoft gets bucks as royalty and now Samsung is also going to give bucks for each Android devices. Hence there is no need of worrying and ultimately Nokia and Microsoft is getting more bucks then Android manufactures because of strong patent portfolio. Also everyone knows on the earth that their market share is going downwards and it was officially announced by the Nokia when they had decided to go with Windows Phone as primary smart phone platform. Rather you should wait until that period overs. Nokia World event is just near and you will see what they will bring on shelves.
    Also if you have really a sense of humor then compare this Nokia phones with the Samsung Phones which are available at the same price here.
    Also no need to compare phones on the basis of hardware specification of the processor.
    Just read the comparison of the Nokia N9 with the Samsung Galaxy S II.
    Nokia N9 outperforms its Android counterparts because it runs apps on native Linux based platform compared to android’s dalvik runtime.
    Just fit these below given lines in your mind:
    Android is Linux based OS which runs java apps on the top of virtual machine and hence require higher processing and other resources compared to other platforms.

    i am talking of hardware of legitimate price,not s/w.mere 1ghz processor is not enough to handle the specifications that nokia has given in these lolipops sgs2 has the highest number of quadrant benchmark test as compared to n9.got it .

  • ralph September 29, 2011 1:25 am

    @Kiran.h
    probably matched only by moto

  • Vikas Patidar September 29, 2011 12:52 am

    @Ankur Jain
    Usually this is an old strategy of Nokia. When their devices lands in shelves initially priced somewhat higher but later price is reduced. I have seen this with the E6 and X7 price

  • Vikas Patidar September 29, 2011 12:12 am

    @AzK

    When Apple sell an iPhone’s then Nokia get bucks as royalty and when a HTC and more other company sells a device based on Android then Microsoft gets bucks as royalty and now Samsung is also going to give bucks for each Android devices. Hence there is no need of worrying and ultimately Nokia and Microsoft is getting more bucks then Android manufactures because of strong patent portfolio. Also everyone knows on the earth that their market share is going downwards and it was officially announced by the Nokia when they had decided to go with Windows Phone as primary smart phone platform. Rather you should wait until that period overs. Nokia World event is just near and you will see what they will bring on shelves.

    Also if you have really a sense of humor then compare this Nokia phones with the Samsung Phones which are available at the same price here.

    Also no need to compare phones on the basis of hardware specification of the processor.

    Just read the comparison of the Nokia N9 with the Samsung Galaxy S II.

    Nokia N9 outperforms its Android counterparts because it runs apps on native Linux based platform compared to android’s dalvik runtime.

    Just fit these below given lines in your mind:

    Android is Linux based OS which runs java apps on the top of virtual machine and hence require higher processing and other resources compared to other platforms.

  • Ankur Jain September 28, 2011 11:55 pm

    No doubt phones seems to be good but overpriced. Nokia 600 should be less than 10K and other two should be around 12-14K.

  • Rohan Singh September 28, 2011 11:37 pm

    Kiran.h :
    @Rohan Singh
    Bhai saab wru?? Reception strength doesnt depend on band. Quad band means phone can be accessed to 4 bands ie 850/900 1800/1900mhz. Reception depends on your phone’s antenna quality and strength which nokia leads and i can bet that no other company can match nokia’s reception.

    Kkkkk Kiran if Docomo is operating on 1900MHZ in Kolkata & I have a dual band phone supporting 900 & 1800 what do u expect? ? Full network? ? Nokia can not be praised for this baseless comments u are making. If u want I can email you some screen shot of Some android, Nokia & Samsung phones. I have two Sony Ericsson, my brother have HTC, my some frnds have Samsung & Nokia & my dad has blackberry. I have checked my area with dual band & quad band phones. I have tested Nokia , Sony Ericsson & HTC in my area. And I get full network on my Sony Ericsson Xperia x10 & play, where as same operator & same area gave full network on Nokia 7210 & 5310 but constantly fluctuating which wasn’t the case on Sony Ericsson. You seems to be over confident for Nokia. If u want just try with a dual band & quad band phones. Well I can’t praise a company for all the wrong reason. ntbody-147842″>
    Kiran.h :
    @Rohan Singh
    Bhai saab wru?? Reception strength doesnt depend on band. Quad band means phone can be accessed to 4 bands ie 850/900 1800/1900mhz. Reception depends on your phone’s antenna quality and strength which nokia leads and i can bet that no other company can match nokia’s reception.

    Kkkkk Kiran if Docomo is operating on 1900MHZ in Kolkata & I have a dual band phone supporting 900 & 1800 what do u expect? ? Full network? ? Nokia can not be praised for this baseless comments u are making. If u want I can email you some screen shot of Some android, Nokia & Samsung phones. I have two Sony Ericsson, my brother have HTC, my some frnds have Samsung & Nokia & my dad has blackberry. I have checked my area with dual band & quad band phones. I have tested Nokia , Sony Ericsson & HTC in my area. And I get full network on my Sony Ericsson Xperia x10 & play, where as same operator & same area gave full network on Nokia 7210 & 5310 but constantly fluctuating which wasn’t the case on Sony Ericsson. You seems to be over confident for Nokia. If u want just try with a dual band & quad band phones. Well I can’t praise a company for all the wrong reason.

  • Rohan Singh September 28, 2011 11:18 pm

    Arjun Chandrashekar :
    I’ve Used Android Mobiles And Dumped It Coz Of Poor Reception in Case of 2G Mode. Nokia Is Even Better Than Other Mobiles Where You Will Get Network Everywhere Where Others Search For Coverage Of Respective Telecom Operators @AzK

    Due to poor reception? ? If u have quad-band u will have better reception & dual -band will have poor reception depending on the operator & frequency it’s operating.

  • Shoeb September 28, 2011 11:16 pm

    701 is mine :-*.. luv u symbian… :-*

  • Kiran.h September 28, 2011 11:08 pm

    @AzK
    For u phones with1Ghz processor is outdated?? For an operating system like symbian 1Ghz means super smooth operation. Symbian works good with 454mhz processors like in 5800.

  • harshit September 28, 2011 11:04 pm

    all are fantastic, i like nokia 701 and need some update on how symbian belle works.

  • Kiran.h September 28, 2011 10:58 pm

    @AzK
    He he he wat a fool are you man?? I really want to see your idiotic face once :-)
    Did any heavy material fell on your head or u went and hit your head while playing in school? :-) :-) :-)

  • Amit.G September 28, 2011 10:52 pm

    @AzK
    What i have mentioned and what the hell ur replying to that? Everybody knows here that nokia is loosing share at fast rate an i too accept it, even SE Once had lost share very fast. Every company has to undergo with that phase.

  • Kiran.h September 28, 2011 10:44 pm

    @Rohan Singh
    Bhai saab wru?? Reception strength doesnt depend on band. Quad band means phone can be accessed to 4 bands ie 850/900 1800/1900mhz. Reception depends on your phone’s antenna quality and strength which nokia leads and i can bet that no other company can match nokia’s reception.

  • Rohan Singh September 28, 2011 10:37 pm

    Arjun Chandrashekar :
    I’ve Used Android Mobiles And Dumped It Coz Of Poor Reception in Case of 2G Mode. Nokia Is Even Better Than Other Mobiles Where You Will Get Network Everywhere Where Others Search For Coverage Of Respective Telecom Operators @AzK

    Due to poor reception? ? I have ever heard of. If u have quad-band u will have better reception & dual -band will have poor reception depending on the operator & frequency it’s operating.

  • AzK September 28, 2011 10:36 pm

    Amit.G :@AzkDon mistake me but all these 3 phones and especially 701 is being praised by Gsmarena and other sites for its superior build quality and also the smooth operation, even the belle is praised for its performance and power management. If you read the previous reviews of Gsmarena they have given negative reviews of symbian anna and symbian 3. But this time they have posted very positive points. So i guess one should accept that products are good.And coming to your point of bad experience with nokia. Buddy keep one thing in mind that if there is high production rate then number of defective items are more. Nokia used to sell 4.2 million units per month while samsung 2million in 2008 so number of defective products of nokia were more and offcourse company was facing issues with management. Now samsung also sells 3.7 million units per month and nokia 4.6 million but just login to any site to read reviews of users, you can see lot of complaints coming up with samsung too. You cannot say its because of company only. Most of the times it depends on the user. Majority of the ppl don understand how to use a phone in an optimal way so therefore end up with crashed software or broken parts and ultimately blame company. Always keep in mind all companies including nokia and samsung are Iso 2001 Certified companies and follow six sigma rule which aims at not more than 3 defective parts out of 1000000

    accept it that nokia is losing market share at alarming rate,and samsung is capturing at same pace,just look at products samsung launching products galaxy note,galaxy s2 hd lte,and look at nokia launching these old generation 1 ghz proccessor phones at unbelievably high price hoping that they will copy apple’s strategy of pricing high and achieving success.but nokia is not up to mark except for n9.

  • Rohan Singh September 28, 2011 10:28 pm

    Arjun Chandrashekar :
    I’ve Used Android Mobiles And Dumped It Coz Of Poor Reception in Case of 2G Mode. Nokia Is Even Better Than Other Mobiles Where You Will Get Network Everywhere Where Others Search For Coverage Of Respective Telecom Operators @AzK

    Due to poor reception? ? If u have quad-band u will have better reception & dual -band will have poor reception depending on the operator & frequency it’s operating.

  • Vikas Patidar September 28, 2011 10:25 pm

    AzK :
    Do these phones look like 10000 Rs. and above?piece of real and original shit from nokia.yaak!!!

    These phones are shit for one whose mind is poured of none other that a shit.

    The Nokia 700 is also Nokia’s most eco-friendly smartphone. With a long battery life, extensive use of eco-friendly materials and features to minimize battery consumption, it is the perfect smartphone for any environmentally-conscious smartphone user

    Don’t you read such useful information before writing here. I think you need an eco-friendly phone

  • Amit.G September 28, 2011 10:17 pm

    @Azk
    Don mistake me but all these 3 phones and especially 701 is being praised by Gsmarena and other sites for its superior build quality and also the smooth operation, even the belle is praised for its performance and power management. If you read the previous reviews of Gsmarena they have given negative reviews of symbian anna and symbian 3. But this time they have posted very positive points. So i guess one should accept that products are good.
    And coming to your point of bad experience with nokia. Buddy keep one thing in mind that if there is high production rate then number of defective items are more. Nokia used to sell 4.2 million units per month while samsung 2million in 2008 so number of defective products of nokia were more and offcourse company was facing issues with management. Now samsung also sells 3.7 million units per month and nokia 4.6 million but just login to any site to read reviews of users, you can see lot of complaints coming up with samsung too. You cannot say its because of company only. Most of the times it depends on the user. Majority of the ppl don understand how to use a phone in an optimal way so therefore end up with crashed software or broken parts and ultimately blame company. Always keep in mind all companies including nokia and samsung are Iso 2001 Certified companies and follow six sigma rule which aims at not more than 3 defective parts out of 1000000

  • Vikas Patidar September 28, 2011 10:13 pm

    @Devendra
    Price is real concern here but comparing phones with tablets is ridiculous point.

    How you can carry a bigger than 5 to 7 inch device in your pockets all the time. Also all tablets below the price 10000 are just a name given to tablet form factors, mostly coming with 800 MHz to 1.0 GHz processors and packed with Android 2.2 which is originally designed for smart phones.

    I think most of them won’t be upgradable to Android 3.0 because of lower hardware specifications

  • Arjun Chandrashekar September 28, 2011 10:05 pm

    I’ve Used Android Mobiles And Dumped It Coz Of Poor Reception in Case of 2G Mode. Nokia Is Even Better Than Other Mobiles Where You Will Get Network Everywhere Where Others Search For Coverage Of Respective Telecom Operators @AzK

  • Kazz September 28, 2011 9:49 pm

    I’m using Nokia for the last 7.5 yrs. Symbian Belle is a good OS. Hopefully, it will do good in the market.

    AzK :
    Do these phones look like 10000 Rs. and above?piece of real and original shit from nokia.yaak!!!

    It’s better than what you have

  • AzK September 28, 2011 9:30 pm

    Do these phones look like 10000 rs and above?piece of real and original shit from nokia.yaak!!!

  • Devendra September 28, 2011 8:20 pm

    Over priced again. Think about android tablets below 10000.

  • Rohan Singh September 28, 2011 7:36 pm

    BK :
    I was once a fan of Nokia. But after my 5530 died in 13 months and Nokia care was pathetically unhelpful, I switched to Android and have been happy since. These new phones look dull and are absurdly priced. That aren’t worth half the listed price, considering that you would end up throwing them in the trash after an year.

    Same experience with Nokia …
    Symbian will make it’s way to history.
    Windows phone 7 is also good but it’s market can not compete with ios or android.

  • RAJ September 28, 2011 6:03 pm

    NOKIA 500 The reasonably prices phone for 9500/- has not been launched in India ?
    They are unnecessarily introducing phones for 18000/- now when you can buy Androids for half the price and a Tab for 8000/- less than their phone price.

  • Kiran.h September 28, 2011 5:56 pm

    Good phones, one should appreciate the transformation of uI in symbian. Now nokia has got better browser, better os, as usual better build quality and most important better battery backup. I have used android and wat i can say is symbian belle is built to attract android users who think only android has such an amazing UI. now since these phones come with MS Office it will be a great boost to nokia. Quickoffice is ok but not the best.

  • Sekhar September 28, 2011 5:50 pm

    Priced higher than their Android counterparts.
    If they priced below 10000! Nokia will rock the mobile world again!!

  • BK September 28, 2011 5:25 pm

    I was once a fan of Nokia. But after my 5530 died in 13 months and Nokia care was pathetically unhelpful, I switched to Android and have been happy since. These new phones look dull and are absurdly priced. That aren’t worth half the listed price, considering that you would end up throwing them in the trash after an year.

  • doggy ka baap September 28, 2011 5:17 pm

    Crazy doggy you are nothing more than a fan droid have you seen Windows Phone with new OS. It will blow your mind.

  • India Price September 28, 2011 5:13 pm

    Symbian OS is yet in demand by most brand loyal customers of Nokia, though Android has covered a wide range of mobile phone. These new mobile phones launched by Nokia are Nokia 700, Nokia 701 & Nokia 600. These are very nice mobiles phones with latest features in it.

  • doggy dog September 28, 2011 4:49 pm

    nokia is a gone case….nowadays android is the buzz word.

    only sick people go for symbian os.