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Nokia’s new Smartphones with Symbian Belle OS

It hasn’t been long from the launch of Symbian Anna.The Mobile Giant Nokia has now introduced 3 phones with its next version of Symbian running in ’em.

Three phones running the Symbian Belle OS have been launched in the Indian Market.Nokia 600,Nokia 700and Nokia 701.

Nokia states that Belle is the latest of the planned updates to its Symbian OS and this would continue in 2012 too.The interface designs have seen a vast change and six home screens is a point to note.The stylish pull down status bar , Improved Navigation features, Cool Lock screen are some of the UI updates that attract us.

The three phones have built in NFC and is integrated with the Belle OS and so Sharing of files would now be a tap away!

Nokia Helen 701 has a design similar to C7 powered by an 1 GHz processor with a 3.5 inch screen, 8 MP full focus camera accompanied by dual LED flash and 2X digital zoom. Helen has an 8 GB internal memory ,and supports microSD card up to 32GB. It is priced at ₹18,999.

The Nokia Zeta 700 is too powered by an 1 GHz processor with a 3.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen and has a 5MP camera accompanied by  LED flash and comes with 2 GB of internal memory.Tt is priced at ₹18099.

The Nokia Cindy 600, is cool too with a loud music performance.It is cheapest among the three new devices, and is powered by a 1 GHz processor too.This too comes with a 5MP camera accompanied by  LED flash and comes with 2 GB of internal memory.With a built in FM antenna, hands-free is not required to listen to your favorite Station.This phone is priced as ₹12999.

Watch the video below for a glimpse on the Belle User Interface features…

See this link for more info on the Symbian Belle UI.

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