Powered by a 1 GHz processor and running on the Symbian Anna OS the Nokia 500 is here, now available in India. This Nokia handset comes with cool features but the most attractive thing about this phone is the price tag which is under Rs. 10,000.
The Nokia 500 has everything that you would want in smartphone, a touchscreen display, good processing speed, high MP camera resolution, Wi-Fi etc. The N 500 however may not attract the new users who prefer the android OS, but it will help retain the loyal Nokia consumers.
Nokia 500 features
- This is a single SIM phone with capacitive touch screen display of size 3.2 inches supporting nHD resolution of 640 by 320 pixels.
- The N 500 weighs 93 grams with dimensions 53.8 x 111.3 x 14.1 mm.
- This Nokia phone comes with a 2 GB internal memory with optional microSD card up to 32 GB.
- The 1 GHz ARM11 processor powers this phone that runs on the Symbian Anna OS.
- You will find only one primary camera on the Nokia 500 of resolution 5 megapixels with video recording supported at 15 fps. Other camera features are image editor, auto focus, 4x digital zoom, geo-tagging, full focus etc. There is no LED flash.
- Multimedia player can play Mp3, eAAC+ audio files and H.263, H.264 and MP4 video formats. There is also a built in FM radio.
- Other features are: 3G, EDGE, GPRS, Wi-Fi, micro USB, Bluetooth 2.1, 3.5 mm audio jack, WAP 2, GPS with Nokia Maps and sensors (accelerometer, ambient light, digital compass and proximity).
- This phone is social networking ready with twitter and Facebook apps pre-installed along with a YouTube viewer.
- The 1110 mAh li-ion standard battery gives a standby time of 455 hours on 3G and 500 hours on 2G and talktime of about 5 hours on 3G and 7 hours on 2G networks.
Nokia 500 price in India
MRP: Rs. 9,499 | Best Price: Rs. 9,399
With 1 year Nokia warranty and 6 month on accessories.
Because of its sleek design and light weight this phone is easy to handle. A good phone from the Nokia brand with good features but the only disappointing factor is the missing LED flash, but that hardly matters.