The Nokia 701 was released in 2011 in the month of August. The device offered a solid feel at an affordable rate. The performance of the device was decent, and it offered a good battery life. The device boasts of a good standby time, as well as HD recording.
Software & Hardware
The phone runs on the Symbian Belle OS, further upgradeable to Belle FP1 operating system, powered by a 1 GHz ARM11 (1.3 GHz after update) processor. The device is packed with a Li-ion 1300 mAh battery, which is able to provide a good standby time with moderate usage. The Nokia 701 consists of 512 MB of RAM for running applications and multi-tasking between them and 1 GB ROM. 2 GB of internal storage is also available for the user. The storage is expandable to 32 GB via the use of an external MicroSD card for storing multimedia items such as images, videos, audios etc.
Design & Display
The screen size of the Nokia 701 is 3.5-Inches and is a LED-backlit IPS LCD display, with a resolution of 360 x 640 pixels, with a pixel per inch (ppi) density of 210. The dimensions of the unlocked cellphone are 117.2 x 56.8 x 11 mm, with a weight of 131 grams.
The phone features a 8 Megapixel rear-facing camera, which is capable of capturing decent photographs, at a resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels. The unlocked cellphone is capable of recording videos of 720p at 30fps. There is a secondary VGA front-facing camera available for video calling, and clicking photographs.
- Nokia 701 Black (Unlocked Quadband) Symbian BELLE GSM Cell Phone
- User Manual
- USB Cable