Nokia 6630 : Sport Salubrity

By: Camden Glen

The Nokia 6630 is a robust handset. It is defined by fluid contours and smooth edges. The handset has a unique design - a rectangular upper surface and an arched bottom. The display is large, 35x41 mm. 176x208 pixels enliven the screen with colours. The keypad consists of a number of keys, including a five-way navigation button. The number-cum alphabet keys have an inimitable design. The central column comprises of curved keys. Keys embedded in columns on either side slant inward. The keys are aligned to render a crescent shaped effect to the keypad.

The Nokia 6630 is a 3G mobile phone that combines the qualities of the Series 60 Symbian Operating System with EDGE technology. This makes the handset an advanced smartphone.

The Nokia 6630 phone comprises of a 1.3 mega pixel camera. It is capable of shooting still pictures and videos. Videos can be shot in the QCIF format. It is equipped to play songs in Mp3 and AAC formats. Fitted with a Media Player, the handset can be used to run videos in the MPEG4 format. The phone supports a variety of ringtone formats. The list includes polyphonic, monophonic, True Tones, and Mp3 tunes.

The Nokia 6630 phone exudes superb connectivity. The tri-band frequencies are conflated with UMTS to fulfill the promise of keeping you connected. It deploys GPRS, which transfers about 38 to 48 kilo bits of data in a second. EDGE technology accelerates this speed further. The Nokia 6630 3G phone can transfer up to 384 kilo bits of data in a second. This implies quick exchange of data and applications between compatible devices. This impacts messaging in a major way. Capable of exchanging, SMS, MMS, instant messages, and emails, the phone expedites the process.

With its robust aspect and a multitude of features, the Nokia 6630 is worth possessing.

(Note: If you want to see more and wide variety of different mobile phones, check out Mobile Phone Reviews Guide).

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