So I was right, as most of the people on blogosphere were.\u00a0 Nokia had a teaser o its Facebook page saying \u201cIt\u2019s almost time to try something new\u201d. \u00a0 That something is the new update called Symbian Belle, already shown installed in some handsets such as the Nokia N8 even before today\u2019s official launch. Along with the launch of the Symbian Belle, Nokia unveiled three new handsets \u2013 the Nokia 700, 701 and 600, some of which we\u2019ve already seen in leaked images. \u00a0The Symbian Belle has NFC sharing capability and updated the home screen of the Anna, now totalling six.\u00a0 It also has a dynamic lock screen, live widgets, and a pull-down taskbar and notification menu (similar to that Android feature). httpvh:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v2l0AkY07PKs Now let's look at the three handsets unveiled by Nokia. Nokia 700 The Nokia 700 has been leaked before as the "Zeta".\u00a0 Nokia claims that it is the world's most compact touchscreen monoblock smartphone. \u00a0\u00a0The Nokia 700 will pack a 1GHz CPU, a 3.2-inch AMOLED "ClearBlack" display with Gorilla Glass, NFC capability, 5 megapixel full-focus camera and pentaband 3G radio.\u00a0 It also struts with a \u201cgreen\u201d tag, being constructed using recycled materials. \u00a0The Nokia 700 has a price tag of about $390. Nokia 701 The Nokia 701 was the \u201cHelen\u201d phone.\u00a0 It is being marketed as the handset with the brightest ever mobile phone display.\u00a0 It sports a ClearBlack 3.5-inch IPS LCD with Gorilla Glass. \u00a0Specs wise, this is better than the Nokia 700, bringing with it a 1GHz CPU, pentaband 3G radio, NFC capacity, 8 megapixel full focus camera with dual LED and a front-facing camera.\u00a0 It will have an 8GB internal storage which may be expanded up to 40GB via microSD card. \u00a0Price is $420. Nokia 600 The Nokia 600 used to be known as "Cindy".\u00a0 This device has the music-lovers in mind. \u00a0It Nokia's loudest phone to date and features an FM radio with internal antenna.\u00a0 This means you don\u2019t need to plug in your headphones in order play FM radio. The Nokia 600 is the cheapest of the new handsets, as it carries a $260 price tag.\u00a0 For specs, you will not be disappointed as it also packs a 1GHz CPU and features a 3.2-inch nHD display, 5 megapixel full focus camera with LED, 720p video capture capability, NFC functionality and FM transmitter.\u00a0 It will have a 2GB internal storage which may be expanded via microSD. Release of the Nokia 600, 700 and 701 phones are expected in the third quarter. For current Nokia owners, the following handsets are confirmed to be compatible with Symbian Belle:\u00a0 N8, E6, E7, X7, C7, C6-01 and Oro.