Nokia 801T Technical Specifications, 680MHz, 8MP EDoF

| December 28, 2011 | 67 Replies

Below from the Nokia Developers page is the tech specs of the newly official Nokia 801T, a 4″ touch only handset for China (kinda like a X7 perhaps). I’d say the specs are understandable given the market. You can also see more pictures of the device. The side is indeed much nicer than the leaked pic. Not to keen on the back. The official photos so look nicer as we can see the swooping curves properly when the device is angled.

  • 4″ Clear Black LCD transmissive, nHD
  • 125.2 x 65 x 12.75 mm
  • 170 g
  • GSM 1800, GSM 1900, GSM 850, GSM 900
  • TD-SCDMA 1880-1920, TD-SCDMA 2010-2025
  • ARM11, 680 MHz, single CPU, 2D/3D Graphics HW Accelerator with OpenVG1.1 and OpenGL ES 2.0 support, Broadcom BCM2727 chip, GPU @ 200 MHz with 32 MB
  • Extras:
    Accelerometer Sensor
    Ambient Light Sensor
    Compass (Magnetometer Sensor)
    Composite TV Out
    Flight Mode
    FOTA Firmware over the Air
    FOTI Firmware over the Internet
    MM-Ovi Store
    Nokia Maps 3.0
    On demand Web TV
    Proximity Sensor
  • Qt 4.7.3
  • Anna browser 7.3
  • 8MP 3264 x 2448 pixels
  • f/2.8, 50 cm to infinity (EDoF)
  • 720p video at 30FPS
  • Front camera, VGA
  • 230 MB C storage
  • 8GB mass storage
  • 256MB RAM
  • Hot Swap MicroSD up to 32GB
  • Bluetooth 3.0
  • Bluetooth Stereo Audio
    Micro USB
    MTP (Multimedia Transfer Protocol)
    Nokia Adapter Cable for USB OTG CA-157Connector
    Nokia AV 3.5mm
    USB 2.0 High-Speed
    USB Mass Storage
    USB OTG 1.3
  • Battery: 1300 mAh GSM: 5.7 hours, td-scdma 8.0 hours, 400h standby, 65h music

Source: Nokia Developer

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  1. Kit Yeung says:

    scary hardware spec, they could at least upgrade the CPU to 1Ghz…

  2. Ron says:

    Is China excluded in the new Nokia naming convention? Wherein a higher number means a higher-end phone? Cause this certainly isn’t more high-end than the 800. Not even the 603, 701, 710.

  3. Seems like Nokia is still producing bricks with older stocked contents and for that reason it’s price must be less then 260$ otherwise it’s already fail.

  4. troll says:

    wtf? this-is bullshit. seriously.

  5. domdom says:

    I’d rather get a brand new n8 than to get one for free lolz

  6. Cameron says:

    appetite lost. not for me thank you.

    • Stound says:

      Its for the chinese only, u do know most of them are kept poor because of communism, not everybody can afford a high-end smartphone, besides its not just nokia doing this

  7. Antonio says:

    They didn’t even upgrade the RAM so that it matches the latest Belle devices… *shrugs*

    This is just like an alternative Nokia N8 for another market with a redesign that costs you the camera and some functions.

    I really like the redesign, but it could have kept the 12mp camera, xenon, etc…

    • Antonio says:

      By RAM I actually meant the tech specs. The processor, RAM and GPU is the same. All Belle devices come with updated proc (1GHz), RAM (512MB) and GPU (faster, and with 128MB dedicated graphics)

  8. Spitfire says:

    I prefer Nokia to sell out their spare stock of ARM 680mhz chips in china and not in my country >:)
    So this is a good device.

  9. fghdfdfgh says:

    This is only for China’s market. Different world.

  10. Loca says:

    there were excess spare parts from n8,c7,c6-01,x7,e7 and they made this one :D

    • 352x416 says:

      It wouldn’t surprise me if Nokia originally wrote a contract for anywhere between 10 million and 100 million components for the 680 MHz platform. Because we have no idea how many CPU’s and baseboards that Nokia had manufactured and we don’t know exactly how many 680MHz devices were sold we are unable to guess how many components are left over. My guess is the order for components was very large but since the burning platform and MWC there probably are either quite a few components sitting in warehouses, or going into S40 devices, or the orders have been re-negotiated at a penalty.

  11. Mark V says:

    For China its OK, where clones of Galaxy S II run at 800 MHz lol

  12. JD! says:

    Elop purposefully wants Symbian to be shown in bad light!

    He is killing Nokia.

    • Stound says:

      Lol diesnt the world hate symbian already ? And its not like this is spread worldwide, its not even supposed to compete with thr midranged devices based on specs, its more of a get more than whatu pay for even at low price thing

  13. Pökö says:

    Have to wonder the small battery size. Only 1300mAh with that big screen. Maybe tv receiver stuff eats the space inside?

  14. domdom says:

    is that tagline serious? “DEVELOP WITH THIS DEVICE”?? SERIOUSLY?

  15. KF says:

    It has an FFC! Something the much hyped Lumias don’t have :p

  16. rock says:

    Whats this? 2010 Symbian specs to arrive 2012?

    What the F is up with Nokia nowadays :/ Specs isn’t everything but Symbian does need a boost from that 680mhz cranky old ARM..

  17. Wow so called Elop Effect on Symbian:

    Cancel the product with

    Specs 1GHz , 512 MB RAM, Belle

    And launch new product with

    680Mhz (legendary processor), 256MB RAM, Anna

    Wow Elop you have named a platform “Burning” and later burned it completely.

    Well done !!!

    • viipottaja says:

      did the cancelled model have a 4 inch screen, tv antenna and china bands? what’s that? no? ok, thanks.

      • Tak says:

        So what? Like 680mhz processor was anything else than sabotage these days. A dual core processor wouldn’t cost significantly more novadays and it wouldn’t harm batterylife that much either.

        • Heron says:

          And Symbian has support for Dual Core now…oh wait.

          Although a 1GHz processor with more RAM wouldn’t be asking that much.

          I do suspect this to be a testbed for future WP devices. Just a gut feeling.

          • Tak says:

            No, and no one else had support either before they made it.

            You know, like just for the sake of competition. You know, like it was impossible…or too hard to implement 2 cores. Like any one else struggled to make it happen year ago. Like it was too early or anything to wish for it now. Like 2 cores weren’t going to be passe already, as 4 cores are around the corner. Thats why I was expecting 2 core support for Symbian; because its old and cheap already, and Symbian would make it last for a long time and they could release interesting products in long time period and let the software market mature slowly and save on the research and developement costs.

            It makes no sense to fracture the Symbian platform with shit processor. It would have made a lot of sense to fracture the Symbian market with cheap but long lasting 2 core processors and make it last for 2 years and release it world wide.

            This is nothing short of sabotage.

        • Viipottaja says:

          Sabotage, eh? And you know how much this device is going to cost, what the carriers that will carry it demandes as the price point, how long this device has been in development, how much the TV feature added to the cost (possibly thus requiring cost savings elsewhere to make it meet the price point target) etc. etc.?

  18. Tak says:

    People want N9 and a sucessor for it, as well as new high end Symbian with the best camera in the mobile world, but…

    lets make what ms. Elop wants instead and put fire on other platforms.

  19. MyNokiaLife says:

    A solid phone for anyone but tech geeks and well. Front facing camera.

  20. dss says:

    I am wondering what would happen to the design language used in the Nokia N8 and Nokia E7.. A lot of money went into the development of the aluminium cases and the antenna design around it, I hope they can evolve it.

    The latest on the iPhone 5 design ? Ya.. aluminum casing with rubber on the side for the antennas. 2 years later, Apple will claim to be the first, again :)

    • Viipottaja says:

      I gather the design of this 801T is to some extent derived from the N8/E7 design and manufacturing processes. Perhaps we will see more models still with something similar.

  21. Simo says:

    I agree with Jay re: the back. Looks like something HTC would come up with.

  22. annak says:

    why are u people always blame elop, he didn’t forget, ” don’t forget what Amalek did to you ” …. it’s just matter of time till another amalek kingdom fall… philips,siemens,ericson soon all amalek will have same fate as thier palestine brother .
    This time there will no other babylon

  23. totesilva says:

    Without Nokia Belle, 1 GHz CPU, 1 GB RAM, 12 MP cam, xenon flash, microHDMI, USB OTG and FM transmitter, can’t replace N8.

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