The Nokia 603 leaked early October 2011 and will probably end in October 2011 officially presented. It is a 3.5-inch smartphone with the Symbian operating system Belle, a 1GHz ARM11 processor, a 5-megapixel camera, WiFi, Bluetooth 3.0, 3G/HSDPA and NFC. For (free) navigation, the Nokia 603 with aGPS and Ovi Maps. A media player, FM radio and expandable microSD memory are also standard. Remarkably, the Nokia 603, like the iPhone 4 , using microSIM cards. Previously published the Nokia 600 . More information will follow.
Device & dimensions
The Nokia 603 is a Symbian smartphone with a Belle unknown weight. About the size is not yet known. The use of time depends on the degree of use.
Call & data capabilities
The Nokia 603 supports GSM 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz networks. With the 603 you can fast mobile internet with HSDPA and UMTS support. The speed of HSDPA removes the difference between home and move on. The Nokia 603 can include text (SMS) and multimedia (MMS) messages sent and received. Thanks to the support email you can simply read your own emails. Vibrating alert and polyphonic or MP3 ringtones are of course standard.
Memory and connectivity
About the size of the internal memory by the manufacturer, not supplied. In total there is 1 slot for MicroSD external memory. You can transfer data via USB and transfer to your PC. The 603 also has Bluetooth (for wireless communication with other Bluetooth devices like headsets) and WiFi (for wireless communication with home or small office network).
The Nokia 603 can both audio (MP3 and AAC) and video (MPEG4) files mobile listening and viewing. The 603 features a built-in FM radio and voice recorder.
Display & Control
The operation of the phone takes place on the device itself (touch screen). The Nokia 603 features a TFT color (16,777,216 colors). This screen has a resolution of 640 x 360 pixels. The Nokia 603 runs on Symbian Belle. Symbian Belle is a minor upgrade Anna Symbian , Symbian is a mobile operating system developed by Nokia. Anna Belle looks towards a more modern. Additionally, the NFC support further implemented, and new business apps available from Microsoft.
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