Nokia’s all about records today, since it has just launched a trio of Symbian Belle phones that are pretty much record breakers. One of these is the Nokia 700, paired with the 600 and 701 models. The 700 has as a unique feat a very compact design, actually making it the most compact monoblock touch smartphone out there.
With Symbian Belle on board, this model measures a mere 9.7mm in thickness, weighs 96 grams and measures just 50.6mm in width. If you want to slip a handset right into your pocket, then this is the answer. Also, this is a green device, free of PVC, RFR and BFR, polluting materials that usually harm the nature. Thus, after using the handset you can recycle it up to 100% of its parts.
Bioplastics and recycled plastics are used to make this smartphone, that will be available in the following months with these specs:
- Display: 3.2 inch ClearBlack AMOLED, Corning Gorilla Glass
- Connectivity: pentaband radio, WiFi, HSUPA 3G, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC
- CPU: 1GHz
- Battery life: 7.3 hours, 465 hours standby
- Camera: 5MP, full focus, LED flash
- Memory: 2GB user memory, microSD card slot (32GB)
The phone will be available in cool grey, coral red, purple and many more colours and it’ll come with a price of about EUR 270 in Q3 2011.