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/=


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.



NFC , Near Field Communication. You probably never heard of it? Im sure many of you havent but its the new way of wireless connectivity. Been around from the 2008 ‘s ,but a late bloomer , finally making it in the mass in 2011 with Nokia and other Cell phone companies adding NFC chips on their devices.Take a look at these videos to learn more .

NFC explained on these videos after the break.

25 Years of Innovation – Nokia Research Center Celebrates.

Nokia Research Center has fueled the creation and development of the mobile industry we all enjoy today, and has contributed to a wide spectrum of ground-breaking innovations which have shaped the wireless world.

This short retrosepctive showcases a few of the contributions coming from Nokia, in a fun narrative with the people Nokia has spent decades connecting and inspiring.

N9 UPDATE – 20.2011.40-4

Update for the Nokia N9 is out in the air. Total size of 218.6MB, V 20.2011.40-4  consists of numerous bug fixes and patches for the best user experience on the nokia device.

Improved multitasking,Nfc tag reading and the addition of music controls on the magnificent lockscreen are worth the mention.

But the biggest addition probably is the fully functional SWYPE keyboard.With its unique way of text input , swype on the N9 could turn out to be a killer combination.

Your have to enable SWYPE from settings>time and language>text input.  In order to enjoy this feature after you update.

Twitter and facebook clients  have been updated. Now you also have the funtion to twitpic images. facebook client had stumbled upon some bugs which hopefully got fixed in the update.

To manually update your device :

Settings>Applications>Manage Applications>Updates and check for updates manually.

The official changelog:

    NFC tag reading to instantly interact with NFC tags
    Music controls on lock screen
    Photo and video shooting with color filters: black & white, sepia, vivid, negative, solarize
    More powerful multitasking with improved memory handling
    Swype for fast typing
    Faster MfE synch, synchronizing only active folders
    Noise cancellation reduces background noise so that your friends hear you better
    Close apps easily with swiping down, this now on by default
    New indicators for standby screen like charging and calendar
    Pre-loaded apps including: Twitter, Nokia Store, Facebook, Real Golf, Ovi Music, Galaxy on Fire 2, Nokia Drive, Angry Birds NFC,
    AccuWeather,Twitter, Nokia Maps and the User Guide have also been updated.