Nokia introduces Symbian Smartphones in India
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Nokia introduces Symbian Smartphones in India

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 30 June 2011, 11:13 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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Bangalore: Nokia is keen on expanding its Smartphone portfolio in India and it has introduced two new Symbian-based Smartphones, E6 and X7 targets the business executives and entertainment enthusiasts and at least ten more of them are expected in the coming months. E6 and X7 are priced at Rs. 18,679 and Rs. 22, 829 respectively. The Finnish tech giant says it would offer Symbian based products till 2016 depending on demand.

The Nokia E6 has a 2.46 inch touch screen and full QWERTY keyboard and this being a Smartphone, the battery life is around 681 hours on standby and more than 14 hours of life in GSM talk mode. The music can be heard for 75 hours in offline mode. The X7 has a 4-inch display with pixel dimension of 360X640, 8 megapixel camera with 720p videos and a 680 Mhz CPU among others. It has 8 GB microSD card and 320 MB of internal storage with a high definition gaming device and most of the features rely heavily on Symbian Anna.
These Smartphones from Nokia are the first handsets with the Symbian software. The Finnish company is eyeing to lead the Indian Smartphone market by introducing more smart devices and create a strong base for Nokia Smartphones in India.

The Symbian operating system has been of great preference among the consumers and the feedbacks have also been satisfactory as they provide a faster web browser, new icons for the main interface and updates of OVI maps and other security features. The split screen view is the new mania among the buyers and so Nokia incorporates split screen in this model.
In coming months, Nokia will be importing phones like N8s, E7s, C7s and C6-01s with Symbian software updates. The existing customers can also download Symbian Anna. It offers easy monthly installment schemes at the rate of zero percent interest to encourage people to buy the device.

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1: Nokia is dumping the "junk" quality rejected in US/Europe on Indian consumers
Posted by:Onyx - 30 Jun, 2011