Nokia 500 is Not The 1GHZ Finnish Phone we Are Waiting For

In the event that you hadn’t understood, we’re looking out for a touchscreen Nokia, and that is exactly what the Finns have given us today: tragically, the new gadget is the Nokia 500, a Symbian Anna based telephone, rather than the N9 or “Ocean Beam”. Still wearing the antiquated Nokia styling, rather than the new polycarbonate smoothness of the MeeGo handset, the 500 essentially sees a speed help with a 1GHz processor.

That may not sound much in the plan of double center 1.2GHz Android uber-telephones, yet Symbian has forever been light on its processor requests. Indeed, even top of the line leaders, similar to the E7 and N8, managed with more modest chips drifting along at 680MHz. The undeniable loss on the 500 would be the battery, then, at that point, however Nokia figures clients will see 5-7hrs of talktime, over 450hrs of reserve or up to 35hrs of music playback.

Different specs incorporate a 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen running at 640 x 360, a 5-megapixel camera on the back, 2GB of inner stockpiling and a microSD card opening. Network incorporates pentaband WCMDA/UMTS – so you’ll have the option to utilize it on either T-Versatile USA or AT&T – alongside Bluetooth 2.1+EDR and WiFi b/g, in an undercarriage estimating 111.3 x 53.8 x 14.1 mm and weighing 93g.

Nokia is in any event, bringing back its exchangeable hued covers, with a decision accessible in the case with the 500 and afterward more accessible to buy. The Nokia 500 will go on special in Q3 2011 evaluated at E150 ($216) pre-charge. This device is truly cool and I’m certain it will hit the market with bang.