Nokia 603 about to be unveiled at Nokia World, en masse Symbian Belle updates might be coming too
posted by Daniel P. / Oct 09, 2011, 6:13 AM
The specs are in line with the new crop - 1GHz processor plus 5MP fixed-focus camera and the usual 360x640 display resolution. It also has pentaband 14.4Mbps HSDPA and NFC, so it is a step above the low-end Nokia 500, with probably a bigger screen, but keeps the interchangeable battery colors from the 500 to spice things up.
Availability and cost are not known yet, but something tells us this one won't break the bank.
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The excellent Symbian Belle update is also expected to receive either availability announced, or a timeframe on October 27, when Nokia World wraps up, for handsets like the Nokia N8, C7 or E7. It is actually a pretty good effort on Nokia's part, and the best Symbian to date, so it is welcome to breathe new life into your year-old handset.
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this is very good effort by nokia but this is very let.
posted on Oct 09, 2011, 6:44 AM 0
I love camera phone from Nokia, but I will not buy these Symbian Belle phone because of fixed-focus lens. It is useless in close up shot and low lightning conditions.
posted on Oct 09, 2011, 8:20 AM 0
who cares about symbian it is waste of os it is complete copy of android scrap os nokia should focus on wp7 and not on symbian elop is a bitch motherf**ker man in the world it will sure drown nokia
posted on Oct 09, 2011, 9:30 AM 0
sorry to make you look dumb, but actually Android copied much more from Symbian than vice-versa.
posted on Oct 09, 2011, 10:33 AM 6
Posts: 565; Member since: Jun 23, 2011
lol you mean iOS 5 ISN'T android 2.1? lol give me a break... android is the market leader ans is one of the most innovative OS on earth.. deal with it. i agree... android did copy some things from symbian, but now its leading so i don't care.
posted on Oct 09, 2011, 11:39 AM 1
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The only Symbian device i'm excited to, possibly, hear about is the 801. With Symbians new face lift Nokia will surely need a monster device as a flagship to show it (Symbian) still has fight left in it. Equally excited for the WP announcements... ugh i'm just going to sleep til October 26th.
posted on Oct 09, 2011, 7:53 PM 0
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Ok so question (i dont want flame answers I want actual user info) those of you who have used Symbian before .. what is it like and how many apps are available. Are there any apps to allow android or ios apps on symbian
posted on Oct 10, 2011, 12:16 AM 1
Posts: 78; Member since: Jul 03, 2010
There are more apps now than before, with plenty of quality games and general apps available(think android market but with less clone apps). And there isn't any emulators available to the consumer, but developers have access to porting tools so it's possible. All I can say, is that some developers must of signed contracts of exclusivity because fieldrunners used to be available in the past and now the developer won't even acknowledge it's existence(even though I manage to install and play it still) lol. As for Symbian, it has always been fully customizable with launcher programs and deep personalization of how you wanted to look, act and feel. If anything with the upcoming Anna and Belle updates, Symbian takes pretty much the best of both Android and iOS while still keeping you in control. The only downside so far, is the poor upper management that delayed its progress all this time; I honestly don't like having only 3 OS options specially when they all want some deep integration of your personal data. Currently with Symbian, I can use all google services without having to give them my data even when I'm not using google maps or gmail.
posted on Oct 10, 2011, 1:21 AM 1
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