Wednesday, 9 May 2012

Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1

Hey there guys, this is Tech Doll, and I’m here today to talk about the new Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1 update and as to what we’re gonna see inside of it.
We’ve all seen that the new Nokia 808 PureView comes with the latest iteration of the Symbian operating system. This is an excellent thing because Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1 avails enhanced entertainment options, personalization choices and performance.
It’s arrived on the Nokia 808 PureView, and will also be made available for new production and current users of Nokia 603, 700 and 701 smartphones in coming months. For other latest Symbian devices, we have just made Nokia Belle available, and now already more than 1 million downloads have taken place! So, if you own one of the smartphones in question, or are planning to get either Nokia 603, 700, 701 or the new Nokia 808 PureView than go on as it has a lot to offer and you will enjoy the delicious goodies out there.
First of all, the entertainment experience is boosted. Dolby Headphone and Dolby Digital Plus transform the playback of music and movies and games into a personal surround sound experience like no other. With Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1, you can access a world of premium entertainment.
If you thought Nokia Belle already brought bunch of great widgets, Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1 will increase your personalization options even further. You get even more personalization with 20 new and improved widgets – having even more content easily accessible on your home screens.
In calculation, there’s a new, faster browser with HTML 5 support, the latest version of Nokia Maps, and the recently announced Microsoft Apps available via over the air update. There’s an even better notifications bar and a refreshed multitasking bar, too.
Also good news for Nokia 700 and 701, your handset will be faster and more responsive. It’s not so often that software update delivers an increase in processor speed, but with Nokia Belle Feature Pack 1 the processor speed of your handset will go from 1GHz to 1.3GHz.
So things finally are looking good for Nokia, I guess. Well, a lot of loyal Nokia freaks will be happy with this news, but some of them, like the guys holding earlier Symbian phones like the N8 or C7 will be disappointed as Nokia unofficially kills another batch of handsets.
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