Mid Range Nokia 603, 701 and 700 Launched

Nokia Belle devices picture


Nokia has announced the launch of three Symbian Belle powered feature-packed, mass market smartphones that come at attractive prices.

The Nokia 700, Nokia 701 and Nokia 603 extend the range of available designs, features and functionality in the Nokia Symbian smartphone range. Symbian Belle powers all three, with single-tap NFC technology sharing and pairing, the most personal user interface so far and a more powerful mobile Web browsing experience.

As well as allowing content to be shared between devices, NFC capabilities allow any of the three new smartphones to pair 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 can be paired with any NFC-enabled smartphone simply by tapping the two devices together.

While all three smartphones contain recognizable Nokia features, they each represent a very distinct set of priorities to allow users to choose what matters most in a smartphone. The most compact touch screen mono block smartphone in the world (Nokia 700); a sleek and stylish smartphone with the world’s brightest mobile display for indoor or outdoor use (Nokia 701), and Nokia’s smartphone built to match the pace of your life (Nokia 603) all bring firsts to the Nokia product portfolio.

Nokia 700: Nokia’s smallest smartphone

At only 50 cubic centimeters, weighing 96gm and at 110 x 50.7 x 9.7 mm, the Nokia 700 not only becomes Nokia’s most compact smartphone in the Symbian range, it is the most compact touch mono block smartphone in the world.


Despite the minimalistic outlook, Nokia 700 will sail with:

  • 1GHz processor,
  • 3.2-inch ClearBlack AMOLED display with Corning® Gorilla® Glass
  • 2GB of user memory plus a MicroSD card slot for up to 32GB of extra storage.
  • 5-megapixel full focus camera with an LED flash
  • GPS
  • a compass,
  • Bluetooth
  • FM radio
  • WiFi and up to HSUPA 3G data transfers
  • 7.3 hours talk-time or up to 465 hours on standby
  • Price: PKR. 28,800/-

Nokia 701: Nokia’s brightest smartphone

Nokia 701 is said to bring the brightest screen the world has ever seen. So naturally it excels in graphic performance powered by a dedicated graphics co-processor; in addition it boasts better battery timings.


  • 1GHz processor
  • 3.5-inch IPS LCD display with ClearBlack technology
  • 8-megapixel full focus camera with a dual-LED flash
  • Secondary camera at the front for video calling
  • Inside there’s 8GB of user memory, with up to 32GB extra storage using a MicroSD card
  • GPS
  • FM radio
  • HSUPA 3G, WiFi, NFC
  • 17 hours talktime over GSM or up to 550 hours on standby (8.8/504h over 3G).
  • Price: PKR 30,900/-

Nokia 603: Nokia’s Entertainment Hub

The Nokia 600 is designed to provide an all-in-one entertainment hub and is claimed to be the loudest smartphone to date.

Nokia 600 will have built-in FM transmitter so you can blast your music through the nearest radio. Moreover, the FM receiver has an internal antennae, so you don’t have to plug in earphones to listen.


  • 1GHz processor
  • 3.2-inch nHD capacitive touch screen with a resolution of 640 x 360 pixels
  • 3G HSUPA, WiFi, Bluetooth
  • A-GPS with an accelorometer and magnetometer
  • 2GB of internal memory with support for up to 32GB of storage using a MicroSD card
  • 5-megapixel full-focus camera with an LED flash
  • Up to 15 hours talk-time on GSM, and up to 550 hours in standby.
  • Price: PKR 22,500/-


      • Worthless. Old concepts, out look is just SIMPLE, I can say! Symbian will die by the end of 2012!

        Much better to But Sony Ericsson or HTC phones. After all their features, outlook and foremost OS is more powerful than these so call mid-range Nokia phones!

        Choice is yours, whether you choose these crappy devices (more in Prices, low in features) or go with modern era technology! :)

  • Wah kia mid range hain.. hahahaha…. rakho apne paas hi, hum high range HTC Rs. 25000 ya 30000 wale set se guzara kr len gay

  • in international market these cells blongs to mid range smartphone category. visit gsmarena for more details. high end phones costs around $500 or above. examples are galaxy S2 , galaxy note, droid razr….

  • HTC Desire HD is available just for 32,000 Rs. Brand New from Mobilink featuring 4.3 inches 400*800 screen and have 8 megapixels excellent camera auto focus and double flash.
    If anyone still buys any of these mid-ranges I doubt their intellect

  • I Think These are mid-Ranged Based on there specs not bcz of prices …After all it is syambian :)

  • I don’t think specially in Karachi – don’t keep a cell phone more than 20k due to mobile snatcher as always they are on our streets.

  • surely HTC desire HD is a far much better option at these prices.

    Phones r good, but prices should have been down by 30% atleast.

  • Only an idiot will buy Symbian OS based mobile phones. Nokia deserves through which they are going through. Nokia’s new (ex-Microsoft) CEO had made deal with Microsoft (uh! surprised?!) to ship new mobiles with Windows Mobile OS.

    Nokia should be sinked to the bottom of sea. All other companies who were left behind are now back in business by simply adopting Android OS, while Nokia is sinking faster than Titanic.

    (Symbian) King is dead, long live the new King (Android).

    • i have SE Xperia with Android OS, i like it…. Symbian is no longer… Nokia should think again and go for Android.

  • Pakistan mein ye mobiles pitttt gaye hain aur propakistani mein ab launch ho rahe hain,, very nice ;-)

  • Nokia has surely gone mad!I think they wont make any new Symbian phone now but they are!! Looking at the prices its obviously cleared that whoever will buy any of these set will be counted as one of the foolish person.

    Anyone know why dont Nokia have an Android License???

  • i cannot believe people have explained above several times these phones are midrange according to international criteria.
    still people are coming and saying “mid range hahahaha” this bunch of illiterates is responsible for pathetic state of Pakistan today. Cannot read must bark like dogs.

    • Then they should try to sell these sets in international market & not to d*gs. BTW Thanks Ba****d sahib for explaining again

  • The problem is not of mid-range the problem are the phone themselves bcoz they are Symbian!

    I would love to buy any of the above with +10% price if they were Android!!

  • I wonder that specifications of NOkia mobiles are true are not. With this price i doubt that these phones will equipped with 1Ghz processor.

  • Symbian is out now. This is an era of Android OS. HTC phones are far better than Nokia. But HTC phones with same specifications as Nokia are far more costly. I am waiting for HTC to lower prices.. Take Care

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