Nokia 6300 - No Nonsense Phone..

By: Alice Erin


Nokia 6300 is the new Nokia star in the series 40 3rd edition line. It has nothing flamboyant about its design, yet offers a decent array of features to offer a perfect blend of modern design and old fashioned simplicity. As many have observed and felt, Nokia 6300 is Nokia at its best.

Nokia 6300 comes wrapped in a stainless steel casing. This not only makes the mobile solid and robust, it also makes the handset sophisticated and unconventional. Tough does not mean 'weight', thus, Nokia 6300 comes in a rather slim frame of only 12 mm depth.

The Nokia 6300 comes with a rather decent 30 x 40 mm wide screen. The QVGA colour screen is 320x240-pixel enabled, that can display up to 16 million colours. This means, watching videos, picture or even reading is a pleasurable exercise with Nokia 6300.

The keypad of Nokia 6300 is user-friendly as well. The keys are well etched, responsive and large in shape. Above the keypad is a four way navigation key. Though this is a little tough to operate, as one has to press it a little harder for operation. Navigation through menu is simple, and one can view the menu as grid of icons, as tabs or as a list. Thus, one has the option for rearranging the menu items as per one's choice.

In terms of multimedia prowess, the Nokia 6300 is empowered with a music player, a video player, an FM radio and a voice recorder. Besides, a 2 MP camera that has variety of editing options including a timer and night mode.

Nokia 6300 has Opera Mini Web browser pre-installed in it. Which means sending pictures through GPRS/EDGE for emails and MMS becomes easy. One can also send messages through the advantage of Bluetooth. Other pre-installed application includes- Bluetooth presenter, Nokia's sensor app and Nokia PC Suite. Further, Nokia 6300 includes features like Gmail & Yahoo service, and lifestyle features like a voice recorder, alarm clock, calendar, to-do list, notes, calculator, countdown timer, stopwatch and Java games.

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