The three new smartphones come with Symbian Belle’s single-tap NFC sharing and pairing technology, that allows contacts, videos and images to be shared with other NFC-enabled devices and smartphones, as well as pairing with NFC-enabled mobile accessories such as speakers or Bluetooth headphones and headsets.
To extend the range of available NFC-enabled accessories, Nokia is also announcing the launch of the Nokia Essence Bluetooth Stereo Headset, which uses a noise cancellation technology.
Nokia claims that its 700 smartphone is the most compact touch monoblock smartphone in the Symbian range, at about 50 cubic centimetres, weighing 96gm and at 110 x 50.7 x 9.7 mm.
The Nokia 700 features a 1Ghz processor, 3.2 inch AMOLED screen ClearBlack display, 2GB of internal memory with the option of using a 32GB microSD card for a total of 34GB, HD video capture and 5MP camera with LED flash.
The Nokia 701 is based on a 3.5 inch ClearBlack display that makes it suited for both indoor and outdoor use., and has a 1GHz processor, 8MP camera with dual LED flash and 2 X digital zoom, 8GB internal memory with a possibility to increase to 40GB, the company said.
The Nokia 600 smartphone delivers sound at 106 Phons, and comes with 60 hours of music playback time, a 1 GHz processor; 5MP camera with LED flash and HD video capture, and 2GB of internal memory with ability to increase to 34GB.
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