Nokia 6101: the Smart Little Thing

By: Carly

The Nokia 6101 is a nice breakaway from the traditional mono-block design of the Finnish company. The clamshell is quite small and lightweight. The black and silver case made of high quality plastic creates quite a sophisticated outlook for the Nokia 6101. Well differentiated keypad is very useful in weeding out any wrong presses.

Twin colour display of the Nokia 6101 goes to show the uncompromising attitude of its makers. The primary TFT screen can display more than 65k colours and the mini external display supports more than 4000 vibrant colours. Interestingly, both the screens could be used as the viewfinder of the integrated camera. The internal screen is used to shoot normal photos and the external screen becomes the viewfinder for self-portrait.The camera module of the Nokia 6101 is VGA with resolution of 640x480 pixel. Other than different shooting modes and image editing abilities, the phone also have a dedicated camera button so that you can instantly capture and immortalize surprising moments of life. The Nokia 6101 can also be used as a camcorder as it supports video recording in 3GPP format. Sharing you feelings with pictures and videos is easy as the device is designed to quickly upload images and video clips to the web.

Conference calling, Automatic answer, easy configuration through Setting Wizard - the Nokia 6101 gives you more option than just making and receiving calls. With the Push to talk feature, don't talk to just one but a whole group of people just like a walkie talkie. The Nokia 6101 gives you triband GSM network support on up to five continents. Get connected to the world web with the GPRS/EDGE technology or transfer data through HSCSD. The built in email client of the Nokia 6101 supports POP3, SMTP and IMAP4 protocols. Other connectivity tools includes USB and Infrared for local and remote over-the-air synchronization.

The Nokia 6101 gives you much more in terms of style and functionality considering its price bracket.

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