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Nokia 701 Helen Symbian Smart Phone

It was highly anticipated that Nokia would line up several handsets during the official announcement of software upgrade to Symbian Belle; during the launch of Nokia 701 Helen, Nokia 600 and 700 were also introduced. While comparing the trio, Nokia 701 Helen seems to have occupied company engineers a lot more than the other two devices; it boasts of advanced components than the two although borrowing connectivity features from its sibling 700. Unlike its other two siblings, Nokia 701 Helen is equipped with an 8.0-megapixel camera; 3.0 pixels higher than 700 and 600 but same 720 pixels video recording capability.

Closely related to 700, Nokia 701 Helen comes with a 3.5 inch clear black LED backlit IPS nHD display panel, the display screen is slightly 0.3 inch wider than Nokia 700 although enjoying same clear black nHD technology. Having a glimpse at the upgraded Symbian Belle software has actually changed my whole perspective towards the operating system in relation to Android. You’ll actually find Nokia 701 Helen’s Belle software worthy and reliable capable of providing best user experience just like the already inflated Android software. If you are an Android fanatic, I wouldn’t hold you on Symbian; however, to get the best performing device, consider Nokia 701 Helen.
A 1.0GHz processor is fair enough for a device in its genre; it’ll execute multitasking needs just as well; but if you require more power, be prepared to dig deeper into your pocket. The most amazing feature on Nokia 701 that places it at the top in its category is its 8GB internal storage capacity, trust me this space is enough to handle almost all applications you’ll ever need on your device, but if you need a larger capacity, you can always purchase an external MicroSD card. On top of an 8.0-megapixel rear camera, you’ll also find the dual LED flash and a front facing video call camera a plus.
Nokia 701 Helen Features/Specifications;
  • 1.0GHz processor
  • 8.0-megapixel rear camera supporting 720 pixel HD video recording
  • 3.5 inch clear black LED backlit IPS nHD display panel
  • 3G enabled with HSPA
  • 8GB internal storage memory
  • Front facing video call camera
  • Support external MicroSD card up to 32GB
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