Nokia launched three new NFC-enabled smartphones this week that will all run Symbian Belle OS, the manufacturer's new version of the Symbian operating system. All three handsets - the Nokia 700, Nokia 701 and Nokia 600 - feature a 1 GHz processor, HD video capture and a microSD slot.
Unlikely destined for the U.S., the three new smartphones will hit non-U.S. markets in the third quarter of this year, PCMag.com reports. That'll be around the same time a Nokia handset running Windows Phone 7 will make its debut in the U.S. The Symbian Belle OS will offer a fresh new look, according to TechTree. The OS also features free-form, resizable and live widgets, more homescreens, an improved status bar and NFC integration.