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Nokia 701 - C7-00 successor with Symbian Belle and IPS LCD
Third of the Symbian Belle series announced today comes the Nokia 701. It is based on the C7-00 with the processor upgraded to 1 GHz (ARM-11), faster (up to 4 times) hardware graphics acceleration, and twice more RAM: 512 MB of operating memory.

Features include IPS LCD ClearBlack display (3.5", nHD 360x640 pixels) providing better viewing angles and improved outdoor performance, advertised by Nokia as the brightest screen ever used on a smartphone, NFC (Near Field Communication) chip, 8 Megapixel EDoF camera with 720p video recording, 8 GB of internal storage memory and microSD memory card slot (up to 32 GB), FM radio receiver and transmitter, Active Noise Cancellation using second microphone, quad-band GSM and penta-band 3G, WiFi b/g, 14.4 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA, USB 2.0 (microUSB with USB On-The-Go), Bluetooth 3.0, integrated A-GPS, magnetometer, accelerometer, proximity and ambient light sensors, 3.5 mm Nokia AV connector and 2 mm charger port.


Powered by the latest Symbian Belle software, the device provides new and more intuitive user interface and home screens, much improved performance and enhanced multitasking, pull-down notifications, rich NFC functionality, and a range of updated and improved system applications, including Nokia Maps 3.6 with free lifetime navigation.

The Nokia 701 measures 117.3 x 56.8 x 11 mm (64 cc) and weighs 131 grams, comes in steel dark, silver light, amethyst violet and white colours, and with its BL-5K 1200 mAh battery provides 23 days of standby time and 17 hours (GSM) / 6.8 hours (3G) of talk time. The device will start shipping in Q3 2011 at 290 Euros before taxes and subsidies. Unfortunately, being the most powerful of the Symbian Belle range, the 701 probably won't be offered via operators in most of Western Europe countries and in the US, apparently not to compete with the upcoming Windows Phone range, just like the N9... I'll spare you reading what I think about it.



Read more: Official press release, Data sheet, Symbian Belle Data Sheet, Image gallery, Product pages, Full technical specifications, Launch video.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 16:35 in category
Nokia 700 - the smallest smartphone (50 cc), Symbian Belle onboard
Announced today, the Symbian Belle powered Nokia 700 is the smallest smartphone ever made with a volume of only 50 cubic centimetres and a composition of fine materials: glass, plastics and aluminium. It offers a 3.2" AMOLED ClearBlack nHD (360x640 pixels) screen, 5 Megapixel EDoF camera with LED flash and HD 720p video recording, NFC (Near Field Communication) chip, 1 GHz ARM-11 processor (with OpenVG 1.1 and OpenGL ES 2.0 hardware graphics acceleration) and 512 MB RAM, quad-band GSM and penta-band 3G, 14.4 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA, 2 GB mass storage memory and microSD memory card slot (up to 32 GB), microUSB (USB 2.0) with USB On-The-Go, Bluetooth 3.0, WiFi b/g, integrated A-GPS, magnetometer, accelerometer, proximity and ambient light sensors, 3.5 mm Nokia AV connector and 2 mm charger port.


Nokia says that the Nokia 700 phone is the most eco-friendly smartphone ever made, thanks to the use of ecological materials and hardware and software features minimising power consumption.

Powered by the latest Symbian Belle software, the device provides new and more intuitive user interface and home screens, much improved performance and enhanced multitasking, pull-down notifications, rich NFC functionality, and a range of updated and improved system applications, including Nokia Maps 3.6 with free lifetime navigation.

The Nokia 700 measures 110 x 50.7 x 9.7 mm (50 cc) and weighs 96 grams, comes in cool grey, silver/white, coral red, peacock blue and purple colours, and with its BP-5Z 1080 mAh battery provides 19 days of standby time, 7.3 hours (GSM) and 4.7 hours (3G) of talk time, and 47 hours of music playback. The phone will start shipping in Q3 2011 in Europe and Asia.



Read more: Official press release, Data sheet, Symbian Belle Data Sheet, Image gallery, Product pages, Full technical specifications, Launch video.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 16:09 in category
Nokia 600 - 1 GHz, Symbian Belle and the loudest speaker
Nokia announced the Nokia 600, a new Symbian Belle based phone. With 1 GHz ARM-11 processor inside and 5 Megapixel EDoF camera (with HD 720p video recording), it also offers NFC (Near Field Communication chip), quad-band GSM and penta-band 3G, WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 3.0, 3.2" capacitive nHD (360x640 pixels) touchscreen, FM radio and transmitter (with built-in aerial - no need to attach headphones), A-GPS, compass, accelerometer, proximity and ambient light sensors, USB 2.0 (microUSB) with USB On-The-Go, 2 GB storage memory (and 256 MB RAM), HSDPA 14.4 Mbps / HSUPA 5.76 Mbps.


The Nokia 600 has the loudest loudspeaker ever provided by Nokia (106 phons) and it comes with 3.5mm Nokia AV connector and 2 mm charging port.

Powered by the latest Symbian Belle software, the device provides new and more intuitive user interface and home screens, much improved performance and enhanced multitasking, pull-down notifications, rich NFC functionality, and a range of updated and improved system applications, including Nokia Maps 3.6 with free lifetime navigation.

The Nokia 600 measures 111 x 53 x 13 mm and weighs 100 grams, comes in black, white, lime and pink colours, and with its BL-4J 1200 mAh battery provides 23 days of standby, 15.5 hours (GSM) and 6.5 hours (3G) of talk time, and 60 hours of music playback. The phone will start shipping in Q3 2011.



Read more: Official press release, Data sheet, Symbian Belle Data Sheet, Image gallery, Product pages, Full technical specifications, Launch video.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 15:44 in category
Symbian Anna update for the N8, E7, C7 and C6-01 now available
Customers in selected European and Asian markets, with further countries to follow by the next week, can now upgrade their Nokia N8, E7, C7 and C6-01 Symbian smartphones to Symbian Anna.

Depending on market, the software can be upgraded using Ovi Suite's Software Update function, and/or Over-The-Air using the built-in Software Update application on the phone. In most cases the update takes two steps, the first being the actual upgrade to Symbian Anna (via Ovi Suite or OTA) and the second one (OTA, via the handset's SW Update app) installing some additional applications (e.g. QuickOffice). User data is preserved duing the update, but it is still recommended to make a backup, just in case.

Symbian Anna's most important improvements include split screen text entry, improved Web browser, new set of icons, updated Maps, Calendar, Photos, Social, Mail applications, virtual QWERTY keyboard in portrait, draggable home screens, new Intranet application to access intranets, device encryption functionality, and NFC chip activation on the C7.

 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 14:33 in category
Qt Creator 2.3.0 RC released
Qt Creator 2.3.0 RC has been released today. This release adds lots of new features as well as a great amount of bug fixes. See the original announcement here, list of changes here, and download this new version from here.

 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 16:08 in category
Web access to Ovi Calendar ends soon
Nokia is ending web access to Ovi Calendar. You will no longer be able to view your Calendar on Ovi after Aug 31, 2011. Calendar will continue to work on your Nokia phone. Syncing or backup will continue to work normally and your data will not be affected. You can also export your synced Calendar data to your personal computer at any time — even after web access is shut down. Read more...
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 16:31 in category
Sensor Gallery - explore the sensors on your Symbian phone
Sensor Gallery is an utility application meant for developers to explore the sensors and their readings provided by Qt Mobility sensor APIs. It dynamically generates a list of sensors supported by Qt Mobility sensors API. The application allows user to select a sensor from the list to view the readings received from that particular sensor in form of raw values. The values are also retrieved dynamically i.e. the application just displays whatever is received via the Qt Mobility API.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 08:07 in category
Guitar Tuner for Symbian
Guitar Tuner can be used to tune guitar strings by analysing the audio recorded by the device microphone. It can also be used in listening mode, where it will play the audio of a given frequency, and the user can tune the guitar by ear.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 06:07 in category
Compass - teaches and directs
Compass is a Forum Nokia example application that teaches the use of a traditional compass and allows the user to determine the bearing to the desired location using Ovi maps. It utilises OpenGL ES 2.0 for smooth graphics.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 05:07 in category
Match'em Poker - arcade style match-N game
Match'em Poker is an arcade style match-N game with poker hands originally written for iOS and now ported to Harmattan and Symbian.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 03:23 in category
AirSwype - draw figures in the air using your phone
AirSwype is a game where the user must draw the presented figure in the air using the phone as precisely as possible. The application has two modes: a game mode and a free drawing mode. In game mode, try to draw the target shape shown by the red line in the air with the phone. In free draw mode, you can practice drawing in the air and study how the phone detects the movement.
 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 02:56 in category
Nokia 500: Symbian Anna @ 1 GHz
Nokia has just announced the Nokia 500, a mass-market with Symbian Anna and (for the first time on Symbian) with a 1 GHz processor.

The phone also features a 3.2" capacitive nHD (640x360) screen, 5 Megapixel EDoF camera, 2 GB of storage memory (and microSD expansion slot supporting 32 GB cards), WLAN b/g, Bluetooth 2.1, quad-band (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) GSM and penta-band (850/900/1700/1900/2100 MHz) WCDMA, 14.4 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA, micro USB 2.0, FM/RDS radio, integrated Assisted GPS, and interchangeable back covers (three included, more available as accessories). It comes with Ovi Maps 3.6, including free lifetime navigation. Proximity, ambient light, magnetometer (compass) and accelerometer sensors are also included. 1100 mAh BL-4U removable battery provides standby time of 20 days and talktime of 7/5 hours (GSM/WCDMA). The phone measures 111.3 x 53.8 x 14.1 mm (73 cc) and weighs only 93g.

Available in Q3 2011, the Nokia 500 will cost 150 Euros before taxes and subsidies.

Nokia says: "Under the hood, there's the 1 GHz processor – allowing for plenty of oomph when you're multitasking lots of apps or doing something extra-demanding. There's 2GB of storage memory, plus the possibility of increasing this by a further 32 GB using the micro-SD card slot. Like all our recent smartphones, it offers pentaband radio coverage so world travellers need never be out of touch, 3G data up to HSUPA speeds [that's a whopping maximum speed of 5.8 Mbps nowadays, by the way]. There's also Bluetooth 2.1 and Wi-Fi b/g, as you'd expect. [...] It's also worth mentioning the battery, which despite the faster processor, still manages to pull off a very respectable performance. For us, that's an absolute priority. The battery will see you through 5-7 hours talk time, 450+ hours in standby mode or up to 35 hours of music playback, if that's your thing.

The Nokia 500 will be available in black and white varieties, black first and then white before the end of the year. And there's three different-coloured back covers in the box. More colours for these will become available soon – including purple, azure blue, pink, coral red, orange and dark silver. Having seen the hot pink versions of the Nokia N8 and N9, we're convinced that colour will win a lot of fans. Excluding any local taxes or operator subsidies, the Nokia 500 will cost just €150 before taxes and subsidies, and will be available from the third quarter of this year."


Read more: Product pages, Data sheet, Nokia Conversations, Nokia Press, Image gallery, Technical specifications, Video presentation.


 Posted by Michal Jerz @ 12:01 in category

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