• Nokia 700
68
Based on 20 scores, 38 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    0
  • Good:
    5
  • Average:
    9
  • Bad:
    6

Pros:

  • Very compact handset, Pentaband radio and good call quality, Free voiceguided navigation in about 100 countries, Rich video codec support, including DivX/Xvid and MKV.
  • Small, slim form factor, Great audio quality, Powerful processor under the hood
  • Very compact handset, Pentaband radio and good call quality, Free voiceguided navigation in about 100 countries, Rich video codec support, including DivX/Xvid and MKV

Cons:

  • Blurry pictures and video and no macro mode, No frontfacing camera, Small and uncomfortable buttons on the side
  • Below average camera, Absolutely no social networking integration, Design quirks hamper navigation

Expert reviews and ratings

By CellPhoneQuick on -

The screen was also a tad too thin; tall but thin. It didn’t make for the best browsing experience when images were involved, since they didn’t really fit into the confines.You’re also unable to use your own headset while watching...

By Pocket-lint on 80

A lovely little phone. It's a bit small for the larger fingers, but even if you have fat fingers like us, the phone still manages to understand what you're typing, most of the time. The build quality and design are second to none, and although...

By Tech2 on 60

The Nokia 700 is priced at Rs.16,500 (MOP). That’s one hell of a price, considering the Nokia Lumia 710 is selling for a grand cheaper. In a similar price range, you’ve got a range of pretty good Androids also – the Neo V, the DEFY+,...

By Good Gear Guide on 75

The Nokia 700 is a fantastically well built phone with a crystal clear screen. The small display makes text messaging and Web browsing inferior to alternatives, and third-party apps are limited compared to the competition, but the Nokia 700 remains a...

By PCWorld India on 74

The Nokia 700 is a Symbian Belle smartphone with a 1GHz processor....

By PC Advisor on 70

The fact that the smartphone basics are catered for mean the Nokia 700 has decent functionality. However, it may be that bit too small to pass muster as a usable handset, and Symbian 10.1 feels distinctly hampered by a lack of third-party app support....

By CNET UK on -

So there we have it: five phones that are all worthy of your attention if you don't want to spend all your cash on the latest top-end handset. Make sure to check out all our reviews and price comparisons to make sure you're getting the phone...

By Phone Arena on 70

We are quite pleased with the Nokia 700's compact design - the handset is very easy to handle and a pleasure to look at in one of its many colors. People who frown at the huge smartphones of today will definitely find its size appealing. Symbian...

By Fonehome on 60

The Nokia 700 is a great looking mid-range smartphone that goes a good way to repairing the perceived image of Symbian devices. We like the tactile feel of the handset and the operating system, although the latter is simply not up to the standard of...

By GSMArena on -

So, the Nokia 700 is small. It's in no mood though to lie low and wait for the Windows Phones to foot the bill. No sir, the Nokia 700 will earn its keep. While Nokia are still honeymooning with Microsoft, it's good old Symbian holding the fort....

By TechRadar on 70

The Nokia 700, touted as the world's smallest smartphone, is dropping as part of a trio of Nokia handsets (the 600, 700 and 701) running the new Symbian Belle interface. And it is indeed small. It's slim. It's quite sleek too, and many other...

By 3G UK on 60

The Nokia 700 is an impressive piece of kit. Symbian Belle is finally starting to show promise as an OS and the phone looks good and performs well. But the lack of apps will be a deal-breaker for most smartphone fans. Nokia 700...

By Mobile Choice on 60

If you’re not that bothered about apps then the Nokia 700 is worthy of serious consideration as it’s a cracking piece of a tech that’s free on some fairly low-end contracts. But the app store situation is a big problem...

By SlashGear on -

We admit it, we were ready to move on from Symbian. The platform still has its fans, but underwhelming usability in comparison to Android and iOS saw otherwise impressive devices like the N8 and E7 fail to meet the mark. With Symbian Belle, though,...

By Trusted Reviews on 70

With a top-quality Gorilla Glass screen and part-metal build, the Nokia 700 instantly feels like a top-quality device. The display carries this on too, using a great AMOLED panel. Sure, it's a smaller phone than many but hardware wise it almost...

By GSMArena on -

The browser interface n Symbian Belle has been shuffled a bit, resulting in improved usability but it’s nothing major. On top you have the URL bar, which auto-hides ones you start navigating the page. Once you start typing a "Search for..." pop-up...

International Review By PC Labs on -

Evet; sırada son dönemlerde duraklarda ve reklam tabelalarında fotoğraflarıyla sık sık karşılaştığımız Nokia 700 modelinin incelemesi var.700'ün en önemli...

International Review By Mobilen on 50

Denne nette lille mobilen fra Nokia har en svært praktisk utforming og kjennes god og solid ut. Den veier lite, og den tar heller ikke opp like mye plass i lommen som mange av dagens smarttelefoner. Med en skjerm på 3,2 tommer, en vekt på...

International Review By Focus on 71

Wespentaille, flacher Bauch, sexy Ausstrahlung: Das Nokia 700 hat nicht nur eine erstklassige Modelfigur, sondern bezirzt auch mit edler Optik. Im Zeitalter von XXL-Boliden wie dem Samsung Galaxy Note oder dem HTC Titan fällt so ein Mobiltelefon...

International Review By Magnus.de on 78

dagegen durchwachsen aus: Ausdauer, Akustik und GSM-Empfang gehen zwar noch in Ordnung, allerdings ist der Empfang im für mobiles Internet wichtigen UMTS-Betrieb eher...