Nokia 700 Zeta, Helen 701 and Cindy 600 Symbian Belle Handsets Announced

Nokia 700, 701 and 600 Symbian Bell handsets have announced today. All these phones will be powered by a 1GHz processor and NFC chips pushed deep in to their core. Furthermore, they get some cool name such as Zeta (700), Helen(701) and Cindy(600).



Nokia Zeta 700 Features and Specs:

Zeta is claimed to be world’s smallest touchs-creen phone having weight pf 96 grams and with  9.7mm thickness. Smallest doesn’t mean that this device has no power while you will find something opposite , a small but power pack handset because of  a 1GHz powerhouse, 512mb of RAM, 2GB of internal storage. It has a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash same you see in Asus E600. This handset is designed with a 3.2 AMOLED ClearBlack display and NFC. This small handset is great in terms of its features and portability.

Nokia Helen 701 Feature and Specs:

Nokia Helen 701 comes with a 3.5 inches of IPS display with ClearBlack AMOLED tech and therefore regarded as the world’s brightest phone. You are able to enjoy each scene of your favorite video on it in the real sense. It packs an 8MP snapper with dual LED Flash similar to HTC Thunderbolt 4G. For fast speed processing it powers up with 1GHz processor and and 8GB of internal storage.

Nokia Cindy 600 Specs and Features :

Nokia Cindy is cheapest of trio however perfect for music fans as it is a Nokia’s loudest device ever at 106 phons. You are able to listen up songs through the day 12-15 hours on it. It is featured with a 1GHz processor, 2GB of internal storage, a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and NFC support. There is an in-built FM antenna FM radio in this one of the best Music phones.

Price and Release date of Nokia 700, 701 and 600:

It is expected that Nokia 700, 701 and 600 will be price around $400, $420 and $260 respectively. Trio symbian belle handset pack will be arrived in the market later this year.

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