Nokia 6030: a Modest Companion

By: Keith Rickwood

The Nokia 6030 phone is designed for workaholics. It has a large keypad to ease maneuvring. The handset is compact and can be held in hands for longer durations. Available in three posh colours, it is meant to be used in office or university. The simplicity of the handset accords fuctionalities sans convolution.

The phone operates on dual-band GSM frequencies. This enables it to switch networks as the user travels from place to place. The Nokia 6030 is a candy bar phone. The colour display can use up

to 65,536 colours to form an image. The resolution renders clarity and vividness to the screen. The four-way scroll button has a select key in the centre. Menu is rendered in list and grid formats.

Users can choose messaging modes. The Nokia 6030 phone can send, receive, edit, and format text messages using SMS and multimedia messages via MMS. The multimedia messages can contain texts, images, and music. Messages of up to 100 Kb can be stored in the mobile. The predictive-text input feature is laced with a stupendous choice of languages. You can choose from a selection of European, Arabic, African, and Asian languages. This phone is perfect if you're a language student or a linguistics scholar. It is even conferred with a variety of non-predictive text input languages. These include Urdu, Farsi, Gujarati et al. So, if you're contemplating a language course this phone is worth possessing.

The phone's mastery lies in its potential to Plug and Play data such as songs and videos. This feature is important because it expands the applications of the handset without requiring a complicated in-built mechanism. Java MIDP 2.0 provides the platform for running and downloading Java applications such as games.

The Nokia 6030 phone provides browsing facility to the user. It commands an in-built xHTML browser. The phone meets all your requirements and still maintains a humble facade. Now that's modesty.

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