Nokia 700 and 701 handsets running Symbian Belle will be available in stores any day now, company Tweeted today . This happens only a month after the devices were formally introduced, which is surprisingly prompt for Nokia. Looks like the Finnish company will deliver according to plan, as the devices, including a still unreleased Nokia 600, were lined up for a Q3 release.
Nokia 700 comes with 3.2″ 640x360px ClearBlack AMOLED display, 5 megapixel camera and 2GB of internal storage. Nokia 701 has 3.5″ 640×360 IPS LCD, 8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash, 8GB of built in memory and microSD card slot. Both handsets are equipped with 1GHz ARM 11 CPU, NFC chip, GPS, Wi-Fi , compass, accelerometer and al other stuff modern smartphone should have.
The 700 is available for preorder in the UK for prices ranging from 259 to 279 pounds , while the 701 will probably be a tad more expensive, considering the better specs .
The price seems pretty good for those two, but if it is still too high, you can wait for Nokia 600, which will be the entry level pawn in this new line of Belle steamed Nokia handsets.
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