Nokia 500 announced with a new philosophy ‘the bigger the number, the more you get’

Nokia 500 is a symbian Anna smart phone that is the first device which will be powered by a 1GHz processor. Nokia has started a new naming convention with the launch of this handset. Now you don’t need to get confuse with number and alphabets because Finnish handset manufacture has decide to skip the letters from its upcoming products. The name of upcoming devices will be based on the philosophy’ the bigger the number, the more you get’ and this philosophy is easy to understand for everyone. Now enjoy the Review of Nokia 500.

Nokia 500 is a stylish handset that is designed with a 3.2-inch capacitive touch display with 640 x 360 pixels of resolution that’s mean this gadget will let you to enjoy the real touch of life quite easily. A 5M shooter is integrated with the handset, same as of  HTC 7 Pro, so that you can freely record the videos and can also capture some important moments of your life. It supports to quad-band GSM/EDGE and penta-band HSUPA 3G (14.4Mbps down, 5.8Mbps up).

Fast speed connectivity is made possible with the mean of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS and same options are available with Nokia E6. You can enjoy the different songs live via an  FM radio. Though it has 2GB of built-in storage yet you are free to expand memory through a microSD cards up to 32GB.

 

No some words about price and availability of Nokia 500 , it is reported that the device will be start shipping in third quarter of 2011 with the price tag of $216 and  with interchangeable battery covers.

 

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