Nokia 6300: Slim and Stylish Phone

By: Bradley Ben

Mobile phones and their changing patterns - new age mobile phones come in different forms and sizes. Forget those bulky and basic phones, latest mobile phones are very slim and compact and offers multitude of features to suit today's consumers needs and preferences. With slim profile, these devices always keep you entertained and stay in touch with the world wherever you go.

Nokia has also introduced an ultra thin mobile phone in its mid-range phones portfolio. Weighing only 91g, its a very lightweight mobile device. The phone is very slim with less than 13.1mm thickness. The external metal case is made up of quality material and gives a tough look to the mobile device. Featuring a wide and clear screen, intuitive keypad and phone menus - the handset offers everything to suit your mobile lifestyle.

The slim and powerful handset is packed with a wide range of features including a 2.0 mega-pixel camera, a large 2.0 inch QVGA screen, MP3 player, an FM radio and memory card. Capture the moment with the Nokia 6300, play songs and keep your favourite pictures, videos and music tracks with up to 2GB of external microSD card support.

The Nokia 6300 with stainless steel cover, shimmering black finish and rounded corner, makes it more attractive and eye-catchy. The additional features of this handset is its advanced messaging services - and always let users stay in touch with friends and family. These messaging services include SMS, MMS, email support and more. Push-to-Talk and instant messaging are another additional high-end features that let you stay connected with the world.

To connect the phone with other compatible devices, the Nokia 6300 offers Bluetooth and USB connectivity option. Connect and share data with or without using a wire. And with EDGE and GPRS - enjoy high speed mobile internet and keep you updated with the latest news and information. Grab the Nokia 6300 and browse all the phone features with ease.

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