The Nokia 700 is a mid tier Symbian Belle smartphone and is Nokia's smallest ever smartphone. It should appeal to those upgrading from older Symbian devices, or those looking to buy a smartphone for the first time. In many markets it is the first device to ship with Symbian Belle, the latest revision of the software platform. This gallery offers a visual overview of the device, ahead of our forthcoming review coverage.
Our full coverage of the Nokia 700 will start shortly with part one of our review. If you have any questions you would like answered or areas you think we should be covering in the review then please leave a comment below.
The device in these pictures is a UK retail version of the Nokia 700.
Nokia 700 Image Gallery (click images to expand):
Nokia 700 in a standard size box
Nokia 700 box detail
Nokia 700 box from the side
Nokia 700 box contents (charger, headset, USB cable, device)
Nokia 700 from the back
Nokia 700 in the hand (back side).
Nokia 700 with battery cover removed
Nokia 700 back detailing and 5MP camera
Nokia 700 compared to the Nokia C7
Nokia C7 (upper) thickness compared to Nokia 700 (lower)
Nokia N70 versis Nokia N79 versus Nokia 700
Nokia 700 application grid
Symbian Belle style menu
The obligatory Angry Bird (NFC enabled version)
Belle's pull down notification bar
App launcher in list view.
App launcher in landscape orientation/
Nokia 700 homescreen
Nkia 700 from the right (left to right buttons: camera capture, lock key, volume keys).
Nokia 700 from the back (this is the gray version).
Nokia 700 from the top (power, microUSB and 3.5mm AV ports).
Nokia 700 left side.
AAS' mobile site in the browser
Nokia Maps on board.
Good screen visibility, even in bright sunlight.
Nokia 700 from the right, the device is Nokia's smallest smartphone.
Nokia Store, new Qt powered version of the app store.
Nokia Store - app page.
Gallery application on the Nokia 700
Belle's variable sized widgets
The 700 is a small device, fitting comfortably into even small hands.
Nokia 700 app launcher.
Nokia 700 - camera capture
Shrinking Nokia packagaing (Nokia 700 compared to Nokia N78).