Nokia 700 Unlocked GSM Phone with Touchscreen, 5 MP Camera, Symbian Belle OS, and NFC–U.S. Warranty (Grey) Reviews

Nokia 700 Unlocked GSM Phone with Touchscreen, 5 MP Camera, Symbian Belle OS, and NFC–U.S. Warranty (Grey)

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Product Description

Nokia 700 – Experience the thinnest and most compact Nokia touch Smartphone (L=4.33″, W=1.97″, Thickness=.38″, Weight=.21 lbs.). Stay connected with friends and family with a compact and elegant device. Slim and sustainable elegance fits perfectly in your hand. Fresh and fast new Nokia UI delivers what you need when you need it. Personalize your multiple home screens with different sized widgets. Browsing experience like on your desktop PC. Choose from thousands of apps. Sharing pictures and pai

Details

  • 3.2-inch LCD display
  • 5-megapixel camera; 720p HD camcorder; Bluetooth stereo music; 4 GB memory; microSD expansion support up to 32GB; GPS with free Ovi Maps Navigation voice-guided directions
  • What’s in the Box: handset, rechargeable battery, charger, wired stereo headset, USB connectivity cable, quick start guide
  • Unlocked quad-band GSM cell phone compatible with 850/900/1800/1900 frequencies and US/International 3G compatibility via 850/900/1700/1900/2100 UMTS/HSDPA plus GPRS/EDGE capabilities; 3G-enabled messaging phone in Black/Grey; access to personal and corporate e-mail

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What is the diffrence between a java phone and a symbian phoone?

Which one is the good phone a java or a symbian and what is the difference between them. What are the facilities that i get in this two system. Which one will be the best cellphone for a java as well as a symbian for a range of about 5,000/-.

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Answer by Kasey C
Mobile phones have operating systems too. Java is one, Symbian is another. There are many more.

Difference? Nothing TOO significant.

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  1. 14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Brilliant functional phone, March 30, 2012
    By 
    Tom

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    This review is from: Nokia 700 Unlocked GSM Phone with Touchscreen, 5 MP Camera, Symbian Belle OS, and NFC–U.S. Warranty (Grey) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    After month or so with the phone, I am really happy with it according to my criteria – in this order:
    1. I can use it as I please – any operator, any country, no contract. This is great for money, time and environment.
    2. it is not too expensive for unlocked, no contract phone with so much functionality
    3. it is phone by form factor – easily pocket-able and light not a huge screen brick/pad
    4. it is phone by battery life – lasts days, not hours like other smart phones. There are days when I do not use it at all. So what would be the point of charging it for the sake of it
    5. it can be charged over standard USB cable – great for travel/work/anywhere – no need to worry about where to get charger or your “special” cable.
    6. can sync with Outlook properly and without the need for network or on-line service. USB cable is ideal – simple and safe. Does calendar, notes, tasks. Perfectly replaces aging but excellent Palm pilots. There is no way many people can share calendar and tasks … with anybody, even if they wanted to
    7. works just fine without persistent internet connection – and you can disable data usage in one place to control your bill. In this respect it is better than most smartphones – you disable network services and it stops communicating – no exceptions
    8. does maps and navigation off-line – This is absolutely brilliant about Nokia – just download the maps you need and it works and does not need any data. This is low point of Android .. in my opinion
    9. No nonsense, logical User interface (UI) – well done to Nokia for fixing the bloat. It was pretty frustrating on older phones. This UI honestly works better than anything I’ve seen, including ICS
    10. talks to any bluetooth headset/headphones and GPS receiver – no other phone I know of can just do this … especially external GPS – which saves power and you can place the receiver better than phone.
    11. can talk to wifi network when needed, and reliably … connects to any network. Even those bizarre hotel setups where other not full computer devices fail.
    12. runs Skype reliably when needed while traveling

    Anything else is just great bonus: uSD card, PDF, fantastic screen, document reader, calculator, convertor for imperial measures, …. app shop is basic, but has more stuff than I’d put on a phone

    Camera is not that great … got way better quality + auto-focus on relatively old 3Mp cheaper feature phone. Not a major problem … it is phone, not camera

    I can recommend it to anybody looking for nice and light phone … not a monster … Must say this Symbian rocks, I’m pleasantly surprised.

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  2. 13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    my favourite device right now, December 1, 2011
    By 
    mm_pg

    This review is from: Nokia 700 Unlocked GSM Phone with Touchscreen, 5 MP Camera, Symbian Belle OS, and NFC–U.S. Warranty (Grey) (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    You really have to try this phone in person to appreciate how compact and well built it is. If you have large pockets, want a big screen, and don’t mind the extra weight, there are many other options out there. But if you want a compact phone, with decent email, messaging, calendar, map, etc. there really is no competition right now.

    Symbian Belle is a vast improvement over previous versions of Symbian, and on my phone it’s been solid, and the battery life is good.

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  3. 16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fast, sleek, and sexy, November 23, 2011
    By 
    Ross

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    I’m from Europe and a sucker for Nokia products, so this review will be biased.

    This phone is very stylish. It’s clearly a Nokia design – bar form factor but with a touchscreen, very very thin, no huge screen or plastic construction. The chassis feels very sturdy. I have been put off with the “bigger is better” trend in current smartphones – this phone is perfect for me.

    The display is gorgeous. Comparable to my roommate’s Galaxy S2, but not as bright. Battery life is okay, but the phone will die within a day and a half of heavy 3G/gaming.

    Speaker is loud and clear, louder than my iPod Touch. The “lip” design worried me but is much more subtle in person. Phone came with a 4GB microSD card plugged in for some reason, which was a nice bonus; the support of 32GB microSD cards was a big selling point for me.

    Symbian Belle is great. It’s definitely not Android, but I like it more than iOS – it’s polished and very customizable. There is a severe lack of Apps in the Ovi store, so if you’re the kind of person that likes 5 different Fart apps, this phone isn’t for you. Nokia tries to integrate some things with their Ovi “suite” but the implementation seems half-assed. Probably because they’ve given up on Symbian and switched to Windows Phone, which I think is a huge mistake after using this phone. Symbian has just started coming into it’s own. Browser is much improved over previous Symbian versions, but from what I can tell, still slow compared to other mobile browsers.

    In the end, it’s a nice mid-range smartphone with great functionality; it’s not superduper quadcore with a discrete GPU, but it’s got a solid smartphone feature set and great design. The price is maybe a bit high, but the phone is quite new to the market.

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