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Discussion in 'Engineering & Technology News' started by poke, Aug 1, 2011.
Nokia 500 - the first Symbian Anna smartphone has been released. The Nokia 500 features 1 GHz processor, changeable back color and the price that doesn't break your bank. Now, lot of reviewers expected Nokia 500 to be a full featured smartphone that competes with the likes of iPhone and Samsung Galaxy S series phones. Nokia 500 is a low-cost, full featured smartphone that gets the job done. The phone has 3.2-inch capacitive touch display, with a screen resolution of 640 x 360 px. The phone has a rear 5 MP camera with video recording capabilities. However, the absence of front facing camera may disappoint lot of Nokia fanboys.
Nokia 500 With Symbian Anna 3G Smartphone
The Symbian Anna OS offers a refreshingly new UI for the phone. Nokia claims that the OS offers better browsing and message composing experience. The N500 comes preloaded with updated version of Nokia Maps with free drive and walk navigation. Of course you've access to thousands of apps in OVI Store. The phone is equipped with FM radio in addition to the music player. Under its shell, the phone offers 2GB of internal memory which can be expanded to 32 GB via micro SD card support. The phone is 3G enabled and supports HSUPA. Not to forget Bluetooth 2.1, Wi-Fi b/g. The package measures 111.3 x 53.8 x 14.1mm and weighs in at 93g - making it one of the lightest Symbian phones ever.
We do not know the battery specifications. However Nokia claims that despite faster processor, Nokia 500 will provide 5-7 hours talk time, 450+ hours in standby mode or up to 35 hours of music playback. The phone is expected to be launched in Europe for €150 before taxes and subsidies.
Watch the video demonstration of Nokia 500
Via: Nokia Finland
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