Nokia X7-00

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Nokia X7-00
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ManufacturerNokia
SeriesNokia Xseries
Compatible networksGSM, HSDPA, HSUPA
PredecessorNokia X5
Nokia X6
SuccessorNokia Lumia 710
Dimensions119.7 × 62.8 × 11.9 mm
Mass146 g (0.322 lb)
Operating systemSymbian^3 "Anna" "Belle"
CPUARM11 680 MHz
Memory256 MB RAM
350MB storage
1GB ROM
Micro SD expansion up to 32 GB
Battery1,200mAh Li-ion
Data inputsCapacitive touch display, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer
Display640×360 4-inch (10 cm) AMOLED touchscreen
Rear camera8.0-megapixel CMOS, 2x digital zoom for image, 3x digital zoom for video, dual LED flash, Face recognition software
ConnectivityBluetooth,[1] Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n USB connector and charging, 3.5mm audio connector, FM radio

The Nokia X7-00 is a Symbian^3 smartphone from the Nokia Xseries. It is the first Xseries phone with Nokia's Symbian^3 platform and it shipped with the Anna update. It is also the successor to X6, which was the previous multimedia touchscreen phone, with similar features and specifications in the series. The X7-00 was announced on 12 April 2011,[2] alongside the Nokia E6.[3]

On 16 October 2018, HMD global announced a new Android smartphone in China, Nokia X7, as well known as Nokia 8.1 globally.

Features[edit]

  • WCDMA
  • Size: 119.7 × 62.8 × 11.9mm
  • Display: 4.0-inch; AMOLED, 16 million colors.
  • Screen resolution: 640x360 pixels (184ppi)
  • Scratch-resistant capacitive touchscreen
  • Integrated and Assisted GPS
  • Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi)

Other services, features or applications[edit]

  • Calendar, Contacts, Music player, Internet, Messaging, Photos, Videos, Web TV, Office documents viewers, Mail and Radio
  • OVI services: Ovi store, Ovi map, Nokia Ovi suite, Nokia Ovi Player

Operating times[edit]

  • Talk time: Up to 6 hours 30 minutes
  • Standby time: Up to 450 hours
  • Music playback: Up to 50 hours
  • Video playback: Up to 20 hours

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official website of Bluetooth
  2. ^ "Nokia strengthens smartphone portfolio with two new products and a renewed user experience". Nokia Corporation. Retrieved 21 April 2016.
  3. ^ https://www.computerworld.com/article/2507336/mobile-wireless/nokia-launches-two-phones-running-an-updated-symbian-os.html

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