Gps tracking nokia 700 map

 

Nokia may be heavily focusing on the Windows Phone platform , but it clearly hasn't given up on the Symbian operating system just yet. The 700 is the company's latest Symbian release, a very compact and superbly built smartphone that has an excellent screen. Unfortunately, the lack of third-party apps will turn some potential users away, as will the incredibly cramped on-screen keyboard.

The Nokia 700 is one of the smallest smartphones we've reviewed but its also one of the best built phones we've come across. Everything about this phone screams quality, from the hefty but not overwhelming weight, to the brushed aluminium finish on the back, and the outstanding, bright ClearBlack screen. We also love the physical keys below the display (answer, menu and end call), which are back-lit and easy to press. Perhaps the only sour point of the Nokia 700's design is the physical buttons on the right side of the phone. The volume, lock and dedicated camera keys are ridiculously thin and small, and require a real firm press to activate.

The Nokia 700's 3.2in screen is without a doubt one of the best features of this phone. The 360x640 pixel resolution means text is crisp and sharp and the ClearBlack AMOLED screen technology means colours are vibrant and bright. It is particularly excellent at displaying deep blacks, so its also great for viewing photos and watching videos. The screen handles itself quite well in sunlight, too — though its glossy, sunlight legibility is well ahead of many other phones in this price range.

Gps tracking nokia 700 map

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Nokia may be heavily focusing on the Windows Phone platform , but it clearly hasn't given up on the Symbian operating system just yet. The 700 is the company's latest Symbian release, a very compact and superbly built smartphone that has an excellent screen. Unfortunately, the lack of third-party apps will turn some potential users away, as will the incredibly cramped on-screen keyboard.

The Nokia 700 is one of the smallest smartphones we've reviewed but its also one of the best built phones we've come across. Everything about this phone screams quality, from the hefty but not overwhelming weight, to the brushed aluminium finish on the back, and the outstanding, bright ClearBlack screen. We also love the physical keys below the display (answer, menu and end call), which are back-lit and easy to press. Perhaps the only sour point of the Nokia 700's design is the physical buttons on the right side of the phone. The volume, lock and dedicated camera keys are ridiculously thin and small, and require a real firm press to activate.

The Nokia 700's 3.2in screen is without a doubt one of the best features of this phone. The 360x640 pixel resolution means text is crisp and sharp and the ClearBlack AMOLED screen technology means colours are vibrant and bright. It is particularly excellent at displaying deep blacks, so its also great for viewing photos and watching videos. The screen handles itself quite well in sunlight, too — though its glossy, sunlight legibility is well ahead of many other phones in this price range.

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