The Nokia 700, 701 and the 600 (as ordered in the image), are all running the latest Sybian OS which has been described as “feature-packed”, the Sybian Belle OS is the successor of the Symbian Anna OS, which was released earlier this year and including improved touchscreen typing and updated Ovi Maps.

But the new Belle OS has many better features including single-tap NFC content, for sharing your content between NFC supported devices, the new OS also boasts that it is the “most powerful user interface so far” and brings better web browsing to the phone. The Vice President at Nokia, Ilari Nurmi said:

“After bringing exciting new features to the Symbian user experience only two months ago with Symbian Anna, we are now driving the platform even further with our most competitive Symbian user experience ever.

“Symbian Belle and the three new handsets we are launching today show our commitment to continue delivering Symbian products that allow people to choose what is most important to them in terms of user experience, design, functionality and price.  These will not be last products or updates we will deliver on Symbian.”

The Nokia 700 has been labeled Nokia’s most eco-friendly smartphone with the “most compact touch screen monoblock smartphone in the world”. The phone is a weightless 96g all in a slim 9.7mm frame, it also has a 1GHz processor, 3.2 ich AMOLED ClearBlack display and a 5-megapixel camera with HD support.

The Nokia 701 is a bit slimmer than the 700 with the  “world’s brightest mobile display”. Alongside this the phone has a 3.5-inch ClearBlack display which is said to be perfect for both indoor and outdoor use, the phone itself is powered by a 1GHz processor, with a huge 8GB internal memory,

The 701 also has a 8-megapixel camera with dual LED flash as well as 2x digital zoom and HD video support, whilst including another 2-megapixel camera on the front of the device.

The most affordable of the three is the Nokia 600 which has been designed for music fans, with Nokia labeling it as the “loudest entertainment smartphone”, with a 106 Phons loudspeaker, the phone also has an inbuilt FM radio antenna, as well as an FM transmitter.

The 600 also supports up to 60 hours of music playback, with another 1GHz processor as well as a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash and HD video but only has 2GB of internal memory, which is a disappointment.

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