Nokia 701 announced as the smartphone with brightest screen, Nokia 700 as the most compact
0. phoneArena posted on 24 Aug 2011, 07:48
Nokia 701 got outed today with the claim that its ClearBlack LCD display is the brightest one in terms of nits, while the Nokia 700 is touted as the most compact smartphone out there...
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1. ryq (unregistered) posted on 24 Aug 2011, 07:58 1 1
3.2"! fixed focus camera! apparently nokia dont read the reviews anll review hate the fixed focus camera! and 3.2" screen! all new touchscreen should a least have a 3.5" screen!
2. aries.phills posted on 24 Aug 2011, 08:36 1 1
The Giant is waking up.
Well, its better late than Never.
There is nothing impossible.
4. Ngô Thanh Hòa Vietnam (unregistered) posted on 24 Aug 2011, 08:47 1 2
You know what? Symbian belle is still laggy and look very unattractive compare to IOS and android. plus, these new phones' design is so poor. It's a big let-down
5. Mobile-X-Pert posted on 24 Aug 2011, 11:11 0 0
Have you used it???? those videos that you see on the the internet are from a pre-released version of symbian Belle so therefore you shouldn't be judging it yet.
6. ChiX017 (unregistered) posted on 24 Aug 2011, 16:28 0 0
Oh..so u've used it or have U seen the pre-released version....theres a reason there not finished products then?!
8. Nokia N900 User (unregistered) posted on 27 Sep 2011, 09:49 0 0
Nokia does a lot of things right like hardware, antennas/radios, and power management. In addition, they don't build a business model based on tracking what you type in an email, search on a web browser, or where you go (Google).
Where they are lacking is the software interface and also the CPU/GPU not being sufficient for intensive video applications. Some might fault them for lack of apps., but they do cover all the good and useful apps. perfectly well and they have a huge market outside of the USA for developers.
So Belle looks like a great upgrade for the software interface. The bigger and more powerful single core CPU/GPU should take care of video issues and multitasking. The 701 looks like a nice smart phone alternative for consumers. Now if Nokia can just get T-Mobile USA to offer this instead of the buggy and underperforming Astound (C7). Sadly, we may only get a Windows Phone that acts just like a Google Android phone, but with Nokia hardware.