Nokia Rolls Outs – Belle Update

Symbian ^3 Anna is so yesterday, when placed aside of other more established OS of today. Nokia hopes to turn tides with Belle on their smartphones in hopes to regain the lost image caused by the long outdated Symbian OS.


Nokia N8
Nokia E6Nokia E7Nokia C6-01Nokia C7Nokia X7
Nokia made customers wait for months for the Belle Update and the word is our closest neighbor India is enjoying new N8,E7 and X7 s with Belle pre-installed. So February 7th onwards release is close to obvious looking from here. Not only Faster, the update looks sleeker as well, here are some of the screens your N8 or other from the 6 handset above are likely to become after Belle installed.
image courtesy : http://www.techoologic.com/
Successful flashing of Belle to the N8 and other awaiting devices have been completed and everything looks pretty good for Symbian users getting ready to port to NOKIA BELLE.
Be sure to check your mobile Updates for early releases here in Dhaka! 
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Nokia 803 – N8 successor?

Having got their hands on a user guide of Nokia 803 coming with Symbian Belle, pocketnow.com think this might be the Nokia N8 ‘s successor.

There is some information regarding the internal hardware of this phone. Apparently, it will have a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, 3.5-inch, WVGA resolution display, NFC, HDMI and DLNA connectivity.

-GSMARENA.com

 

Having a look at the outlines one can easily workout that the camera is the more dominant feature on the phone, next to the 3.5″ display.

More information will be out on the Nokia World Congress in February 2012.

 

Launch of Nokia N9, 701 & 700 – Dhaka.

Nokia launched new Symbian smartphone for Bangladesh market, with the introduction to the “brightest phone screen” of the Nokia 701 and “the smallest Nokia smartphone” Nokia 700.

Nokia 701- Symbian Belle OS

Sporting a 3.5-inch IPS LCD display with ClearBlack technology, which create excellent brightness and contrast for better viewing and colors.

The Nokia 701 weighs  131 g , packing the BL-5K 1300 mAh Li-Ion battery which by Nokia Specs can deliver up to 17hours of talk time in GSM network. And also sports a stainless steel finish with rich and flawless NOKIA hardware.

Brings the 1 GHz processor, 8 Megapixel full focus camera capable of shooting HD videos 720p @ 30fps. Face recognition and face tracking with a 3rd gen dual led for low light photography.

8GB internal storage, Wifi,Bluetooth, NFC, HSDPA,GPS, Nokia 701 surely has got you covered with those.

Not to forget , Symbian Belle updates and apps from Symbian platform.

When you buy the phone from Nokia Stores or Retailers be sure to check the accessories and manuals in the box.

Nokia 701; Nokia Battery BL-5K 1300 mAH

Nokia Stereo Headset WH-207;Nokia Data Cable CA-179;

Nokia Fast Charger AC-15;

Fold-Out Quick Guide; Product Information Booklet

 Price :
Nokia 701 – 29,100/=

Nokia 700 – 26,300/=

N9 – UPDATE:

Nokia offically now is selling the N9, Meego Harmattan OS device for all here in Bangladesh.

So do check it out at the Nokia Concept stores in City Malls.

The handset is priced at 52,000 taka. And is certainly worthy of your attention.

Swype On N9

Swype makes texting easy with its unique functionality. Largely available on Nokia Symbian devices for a year or so. Now it has made its debut appearance on the Meego Harmattan platform device the N9. It comes with the Latest Update released on the N9 this week.

PR 1.1 firmware started rolling out for the N9 today

Swype software comes from the maker of the widely used T9 input methord on almost every mobile phone with physical keys.

More UI and feature related information on the video after the break.

Nokia 603 the shining star , special demo of symbian belle

A hands on demo video narrated by the Product Marketing Manager for Nokia 603.

The following topics are covered: Home Screens, Notifications, Menu, Web Browser, Email, NFC, Task Switcher, Social, Maps, Search and Software Updates.

Try something new with the Nokia 603, designed for the pace of life.

More on the video below.

5 things you didn’t know about the Nokia Asha Mobile Phones

No doubt you will all now be clued up to your eye balls with the various design specs and functions of both of Nokia’s new Asha 200 & 200, and 300 & 303 series that were presented during NokiaWorld yesterday. However, whilst saturating these juicy new phones and their ‘no nonsense and affordable’ character traits, we thought it fitting to offer you some further glimpses of Nokia’s genius with some more cool facts about the new series.

The new range of Asha mobile phones.

1. What’s in a name?

As the team at vnsmartphone pick up on, the name ‘Asha’ derives from the Hindi language, translating as ‘hope’. With this new range specifically targeted to reach the next billion at an affordable price, a name that hails from the Asian subcontinent seems totally relevant and fitting in our eyes. We think this has something to do with demonstrating a renewed hope for a new generation of mobile phone users, as they set out blur the lines between smartphones and ‘feature phones’.

2. Efficient storage device

One of the main features that unites all the Asha phones is the web browser’s use of cloud technology, whereby data usage can be heavily compressed and compacted by as much as a whopping 90 percent! That means that surfing the web is a lot less costly on pay as you go contracts. So, in the words of Blanca Juti (Vice President for Marketing Mobile Phones at Nokia), this really emphasises making new phones that are ‘affordable, irresistable and easy to use’ and that reach a far wider market.

3. Music for the road

If you are tired of carrying your mp3 player and your mobile around on the go, and wish you could just merge them into one, then you should definitely check out the Asha 200 & 201. With 32GB of memory, the 200 & 201 offer a phenomenal 52 hours of music playback whilst maintaining plenty of stamina in the battery tank – the perfect way to plug in and wile away a long journey.

 

Image courtesy of Pocket-lint

The Asha 303 – courtesy of Pocketlint

4. Light weight and compatible

Weighing in at a meagre 85 grams, you can put to bed any ideas that a weighty phone always means a better phone. With the Asha 300 you’ve got a slice of high grade technology with a 2.4″ resistive touch screen display and 140MB of internal memory (not to mention a pre installed Angry Birds gaming application) that weighs as much as your average lemon. Also crammed in is a traditional nine key layout and a 5MP camera, and lemons or no lemons, this is about as far from a ‘brick’ as you can get.

 

Image courtesy of cnet.co.uk

The Asha 300 – courtesy of cnet.co.uk

5. Long distance runners

It’s not really glamorous or cool, but its definitely a crucial component in any mobile phone, regardless of glitz and cost. Yes, we are talking about hard core battery life (not actual marathon runners). Say, you buy a new Asha model – the last thing you want is a weak battery and to be carrying your charger round like your life depends on it. Well you need not worry, as the Asha 200 has a battery which can last for up to 35 days on standby or 7h talk time, and the 300 should go the distance for up to 30 days on standby in 2G mode, or 35 days in 3G mode, with up to eight and seven hours of talk time respectively. Not half bad.

 

Source : nokia connects