Nokia claims that their Nokia 600 is the loudest smartphone to date – making this all-in-one entertainment hub something worth looking into if you are currently shopping for a new handset that will keep you entertained on the go as well. Sporting a super loud speaker within (which has been rated at 106 phon), there is a FM receiver inside alongside an FM transmitter, letting you enjoy your music over the nearest available radio if you so desire – after running out of MP3s, of course.

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Not only that, wireless payment systems will support the Nokia 600 since this handset has NFC capability, in addition to letting you use it with compatible accessories including the Nokia Play 360° speakers. Want to share images through a tap? That’s simple, as long as the right NFC app is available. Heck, free, NFC-enabled versions of Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja are also thrown into the mix for an added dose of fun.

Symbian Belle will be the operating system of choice for the Nokia 600, while a 1GHz processor runs proceedings from within. A 3.2″ nHD capacitive touchscreen display at a respectable 640 x 360 resolution makes it a snap to control things with your fingers, while connectivity options include 3G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. If you want to augment the 2GB of internal memory, you can always do so with a microSD memory card.

Images are snapped using its 5-megapixel full-focus camera located at the back alongside an LED flash, and you can also shoot 720p video if you so desire.

You can pick up the Nokia 600 in black, white, pink and lime colors sometime in Q3 2011 for around 180 Euros. [Press Release]

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