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Nokia 700

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Review: Nokia 700, part 2: Camera, Multimedia and NFC

All About Symbian
18 May 2012
  • Summary: Interrupted by the week of Nokia World 2011, where there were plenty of Nokia 700s on show, here comes part 2 of my review of this smallest ever Symbian smartphone. In which I focus(!) on the camera, multimedia and NFC functionality. It's a fair assessment that the 700 is not built for multimedia - how does this diminutive device cope? And how well does the much vaunted NFC fare? Watch out for part 3 of this review next week, here on All About Symbian.
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Review: Nokia 700, part 3: Application roundup, Verdict

All About Symbian
18 May 2012
  • Summary: I complete our All About Symbian review of the diminutive Nokia 700 with this, part 3, looking at the bundled applications I haven't mentioned so far, at the device's highlights and I deliver a verdict on who the 700 is perfect for (clue: it's probably not for serial smartphone geeks). Watch this space for reviews of other Symbian Belle-powered smartphones, including the larger-screened 701.
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Overall 8
8.3

Review: Nokia 700, part 1: hardware and OS overview

All About Symbian
18 May 2012
  • Summary: This is the first Symbian Belle smartphone to be formally reviewed on All About Symbian, though of course we've covered the new OS update in some depth previously. The 700 is billed as the "smallest smartphone in the world" (being only 50cc in volume) and, within that context, it's superbly functional, with a full suite of most things we've already seen and enjoyed in previous Symbian^3 phones, all in an incredibly compact form factor.
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Nokia 700 Review

cellphonequick.com
7 May 2012
  • Summary: Nokia 700 claims to be the smallest smartphone ever. In a world where several top phones aren’t much thicker than 8mm, this is a pretty bold claim. Much more important than its size, though, is its price.
  • Pros: Very compact handset, Pentaband radio and good call quality, Free voice-guided navigation in about 100 countries, Rich video codec support, including DivX/Xvid and MKV
  • Cons: Blurry pictures and video and no macro mode, No front-facing camera, Small and uncomfortable buttons on the side
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Overall 7
7.0

Nokia 700 Review: In Depth

Recombu
2 May 2012
  • Conclusion: The Nokia 700 is a solid addition to Nokia's line-up, it's small, stylish and speedy, with a great screen. However, some may find it a little too small and Nokia's app store still lags behind rivals, in choice compared to the Xperia Ray. However, this is still a solid mid/high-end smartphone.
  • Pros: Fantastic build quality, Great screen, 1Ghz processor, Symbian tweaks improve user experiance
  • Cons: Typing can be hard on the small screen, Limited apps, Some actions take too long to complete
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Overall 10
10

Nokia 700

thinkdigit.com
21 February 2012
  • Summary: The Nokia 700 does well on the spec sheet - 1GHz processor, 2GB internal storage space and an excellent AMOLED display. And all this in a very slim yet solidly built form factor. While has the UI familiarity aspect with previous gen builds, Symbian Belle isn't the new wine in a new bottle that some people had hoped it would be.
  • Pros: Slim design, Solid build quality, Excellent AMOLED display, UI isn't very different from previous Symbian versions
  • Cons: Looks very similar to the archaic Symbian Anna, On-screen keypad isn't very comfortable, Social networking integration remains very poor
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Overall 7
7.0

Nokia 700 Review

Phone Arena
30 November 2011
  • Conclusion: We are quite pleased with the Nokia 700 's compact design - the handset is very easy to handle and a pleasure to look at in one of its many colors. People who frown at the huge smartphones of today will definitely find its size appealing. Symbian Belle is a big step up over its predecessors, taking away the right pages from the other mobile operating systems like resizable widgets, a pull-down notification bar and connectivity switches, but lacking in 3rd party apps.
  • Pros: Very compact handset, Pentaband radio and good call quality, Free voice-guided navigation in about 100 countries, Rich video codec support, including DivX/Xvid and MKV
  • Cons: Blurry pictures and video and no macro mode, No front-facing camera, Small and uncomfortable buttons on the side
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Nokia 700 review: Agent seven double-oh

GSM Arena
31 October 2011
  • Conclusion: So, the Nokia 700 is small. It's in no mood though to lie low and wait for the Windows Phones to foot the bill. No sir, the Nokia 700 will earn its keep. While Nokia are still honeymooning with Microsoft, it's good old Symbian holding the fort. Two things. It's good old Symbian but not quite. Forget about old. Since Belle, the OS is no longer living in the past. Secondly, the Nokia 700 is small in stature only. Full of character.
  • Pros: Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support, Penta-band 3G with 14.4 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA support, Slim 9.7mm body, 3.2" 16M-color nHD ClearBlack AMOLED capacitive touchscreen (220 ppi); Gorilla glass, 5 megapixel fixed-focus camera with LED flash; geo-tagging, face detection, smart zoom in video, 720p video @ 30fps recording, stereo sound, Symbian Belle OS, 1GHz CPU and 512 MB RAM, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, 2GB of inbuilt storage, microSD expandable, Active noise cancellatio...
  • Cons: Small screen, too narrow for comfortable typing, 5MP fixed-focus isn't particularly impressive, No video-call camera, Browser lacks full Flash support, Relatively limited 3rd party software, No office document editing (unless you buy an upgrade), Non-hot-swappable microSD card, No HD TV-Out
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Nokia 700 Review

SlashGear
18 October 2011
  • Conclusion: We admit it, we were ready to move on from Symbian. The platform still has its fans, but underwhelming usability in comparison to Android and iOS saw otherwise impressive devices like the N8 and E7 fail to meet the mark. With Symbian Belle, though, it seems Nokia's latest round of CPR has actually resulted in a smartphone platform that we could recommend using. Price and positioning would play a huge part in that recommendation, of course.
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Overall 6
6.0

Nokia 700 review

Know Your Mobile
28 November 2014
  • Summary: The Nokia 700 is quite a step forward, but we aren’t sure how much life is really left in Symbian as an OS, and we found the handset a little laggy at times
  • Pros: Small and pocket friendly, Great hardware design, Bright, clear, sharp screen
  • Cons: Slightly laggy at times, Not enough third party apps, Screen dimensions aren’t ideal, For all its updating Symbian feels out of data at times
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