Nokia 6300 and Nokia N93i: Demand More!

By: Andrena Markley

Nokia is one such company that best understands what present day consumers need. Keeping customer satisfaction in mind, Nokia has been constantly launching some sophisticated as well as user friendly handsets. The all new Nokia 6300 and the Nokia N93i are two cool handsets from this renowned Nokia stable. When you see their features you will only say 'I love them'. So, let's proceed!

The recently launched Nokia 6300 comes in an attractive stainless steel casing giving you a firm and comfortable grip on it. The large 2 inch TFT QVGA screen with 240 x 320 pixels resolution arranges crisp and clear viewing experience. The built-in 2 megapixel camera with 8 x digital zoom not only takes beautiful snaps but also records quality videos. State-of-the-art music player is brilliant in terms of its sound output. And the best thing is that it supports a large number of formats such as MP3, MP4, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, H263 and H264. FM radio, visual radio, video ringtones, email with attachments, Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging, push-to-talk, voice commands, Bluetooth, SyncML, USB, EDGE, GPRS, XHTML browser etc. complete the feature list of the Nokia 6300.

Now, come to the features of the powerful Nokia N93i. Unlike the Nokia N6300, the Nokia N93i is a 3G enabled handset which runs on Symbian Operating System S60 Software. You can view information on the phone internally or externally-credit goes to its intuitive clamshell design. The highlight of the phone is its 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus, 3 x optical zoom and 20 x digital zoom. Picture and video quality is beyond comparison-Carl Zesiss Optics Tessar lens takes complete control of the imaging game. There is a second camera attached (VGA) for making video calls.

Rest of the features of the Nokia N93i include Adobe Premiere Elements 3.0, email with attachments, Real Player Media Player, music player, FM radio, voice dialing, voice recording, handsfree speaker, push-to-talk, Bluetooth, Pop Port, Infrared, WLAN, TV output etc.

If you want some solid features at a reasonable rate, then the Nokia 6300 is a very good option. But, if you are more attracted to the imaging capabilities in a phone, then, the high-end Nokia N93i is a cool bargain.

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