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The Nokia 600, loudest entertainment smartphone yet

Along with the announcement of Symbian Belle, Nokia also unveiled three new smartphones that has the said OS. One of which is the Nokia 600 which is geared towards music lovers and features an exceptionally strong set of speakers.

width="550"This entertainment smartphone boasts of really loud speakers rated at a window-rattling 106 phon. It also features a built-in FM transmitter so you can stream your music over your radio, like your old car stereo. It’s also one of the few phones available that has an internal antenna for its FM receiver so you don’t need to plug in your earphones just to listen to FM radio.

The Nokia 600 is powered by a 1GHz processor to run Symbian Belle. It also has a 3.2-inch touchscreen nHD or one-ninth of an HD display with a resolution of 640 x 360. A 2GB memory is present onboard with support for microSD of up to 32GB. A 5-megapixel full-focus camera is located at the back along with a LED flash and is capable of 720p video-recording.

width="461"Not yet much applications for NFC or near field communication but the Nokia 600 is capable of it. It includes Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja NFC games however.

No word yet on the exact date of availability and local pricing but this phone should land before December. It is priced at USD260 before taxes and subsidies so up to you to speculate how much it will go for when it arrives here.

What do you think of this phone?

Nokia 600 Specs:

  • 3.2″³ TFT LCD nHD display @ 360×640 pixels
  • 1GHz processor
  • Symbian Belle OS
  • 2 GB storage with up to 32GB via microSD
  • HSDPA 14.4Mbps, HSUPA 5.76Mbps
  • WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
  • Bluetooth 3.0 with EDR, A2DP
  • 5MP full-focus camera with LED flash
  • Video recording 720p @ 30fps
  • GPS w/ aGPS support
  • NFC support
  • Stereo FM radio with RDS, FM transmitter, internal FM radio antenna
  • Colors: Black, White, Pink and Lime
  • Li-Ion 1080mAh battery
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  • Griswold

    Nice!! I like. Nokia is making a comeback! They shouldn’t give up on symbian.

  • mary

    Symbian is looking up now that Nokia is starting to realize that they’ve kind of ignored it.

    And of course, Nokia still makes the best-looking phones. Dunno why all the phone manufacturers suddenly decided that black bricks define a handset.

    You’re right, that plug-in-your-headset to listen to the radio is really annoying so props to Nokia for finding a way around it. This looks like a real music phone. 🙂

  • richard

    Hope this will be reasonably priced.

  • Ryozen

    This means that listening to radio via bluetooth headphones are now possible (just like nokia X3).

  • bong

    when this phone nokia 600 available in the philippines?i cant wait to buy.pls.say

  • bong

    plsssssssssss tell me what is the priced when it come to the philppines…so that i can buy immediately when arrive in the philippines

    • sure we’ll keep you posted once we got word from Nokia. like us on Facebook or follow us on twitter to be updated. thanks!

  • dennis

    im very excited to have that phone.. pls announce immediately when will it arrive here in the Philippines so that i could buy it already.

  • KrisHit

    when will this be available in Phils? i already love this one. any idea how much would it cost?