Nokia unveils yet another Symbian Anna smartphone, the Nokia 500, along with 1 GHz processor which is expected to hit shelves in Q3 2011. It appears that this is the first 1GHz Nokia phone launched by the Finnish handset manufacturer from an entire series that leaked last month.
Stuck in the transition to Windows Phone, Nokia still continues to support Symbian and launch terminals under this OS. In August 1, the manufacturer unveiled the Nokia 500, a smartphone running Symbian Anna has a capacitive touchscreen display 3.2-inch with 640 x 360 pixels.
The Nokia 500 is positioned as an input terminal / mid-range affordable and has a 5 megapixel camera on the back. Can be found on board 2 GB of internal memory, expandable with microSD slot (up to 32GB), WiFi connectivity and Bluetooth 2.1, a GPS module (with electronic compass) and a compatible HSPA penta to use the device around the world, all in a compact (111 x 54 x 14.1 mm) for just 93 g (the lightest smartphones Symbian ^ 3, says Nokia).
If Nokia did not enter the game of high-powered processors, but also to preserve the autonomy of its aircraft. The Nokia 500 offers on this point between 5 and 7 hours of talk time, over 450 hours of standby time or 35 continuous music playback.
Initially available in black or white, before they have a full palette of colors, it will be marketed from the third quarter of 2011 at a price of € 150.