The Finnish phone giant Nokia unveils T7-00, the new Symbian 3 powered smart phone expected to be available in 3G and TD-SCDMA Versions. The photographs and technical information available about T7-00, suggest that it would be a lighter version of the N8 launched late last year, including a photo sensor smaller size and HDMI output in less.
Powered by an ARM11 processor type clocked at 700 MHz frequency, enjoying a hull made of aluminum anodized, Nokia evolving under the T7-00 ^ 3 Symbian has access to the platform Ovi applications store.
Nokia T7-00 is reportedly to have 360×640 pixel resolution supporting display, compatibility with mobile 2G / 3G / Wi-Fi, GPS navigation tool Ovi Maps and an electronic compass.
It also has a digital camera with 8 Megapixel sensor, autofocus and Xenon flash, multi-media player with support for DivX / Xvid, an FM radio tuner with RDS support, a 3.5 millimeter headphone jack, a microSD slot / microSDHC to extend the internal memory (capacity unknown for now) 32 GB, a micro-USB port with support for 2.0 On-The-Go and Bluetooth 3.0 with A2DP management.
The smartphone is likely to be launched in China soon. But nothing has filtered into the price and launch date at this time. So we have to be patient until the presentation in good and due form by the manufacturer for this information.