Nokia today announced the Nokia 603, a colourful and affordable Symbian Belle phone with the latest apps and featuring single-tap pairing, sharing and tag reading with NFC. The Nokia 603 is designed to appeal to first time smartphone users and those upgrading from older products, and existing users of Nokia smartphones might like to see the latest technology and features in a package that is still uniquely Nokia. Here is more info:
This latest smartphone exemplifies Nokia's belief that affordability should not compromise the quality of the experience. The Nokia 603 offers a seamless, compact design that makes the most of the durable 3.5 inch ClearBlack, scratch-resistant display, optimized for use in sunlight. Exceeding expectations for its EUR 200 price-tag, the Nokia 603 comes preloaded with Maps, the latest social networking games and apps, and the ability to capture, edit and share photographs, all with great graphics performance thanks to the fast graphics processor in the device. The Nokia 603 also makes NFC innovation accessible to more people with the ability to share content, pair with accessories like the Nokia Luna Bluetooth Headset, and unlock new experiences, such as unseen levels on Angry Birds.
Featuring the latest Symbian Belle software, the Nokia 603 also benefits from up to six customizable home screens and dynamic live widgets for improved personalization and prioritization of your favourite content.
The Nokia 603 is available in black and white with a choice of back covers in six different colors: black, white, fuchsia, green, yellow and blue. The Nokia Luna Bluetooth Headset is available in black, white, fuchsia, green and cyan. Both products are expected to start shipping in the fourth quarter of 2011.