Nokia 6300: Cultured Simplicity

By: Gian Bryan

Simplicity of design as well as usage is the forte of the Nokia 6300 - the slim phone by the Finnish global leader. Nokia has never been a strong contender in the slim phone category dominated by the likes of Motorola, LG and Samsung. In that regard, there would not have been a better model to position itself in the slim market than the Nokia 6300. This simple candy-bar form handset measures only 11.7 mm and weights mere 91 grams - making it one of the slimmest and lightest mobile phone around.

The Nokia 6300 is made of stainless steel that is sleek and robust at the same time. The mobile phone's built is designed to withstand the wear and tear of an active lifestyle while maintaining the same mint outlook for a much longer period of time. Black patches around the screen and on the back of the Nokia 6300 adds to the phone's charm. Dimensions and designing apart, the most noticeable part of the Nokia 6300 is its large TFT based screen that can produce more than 16.7 million different shades to produce the most amazing images across its 240x320 pixel screen.

This triband phone changes bands automatically to give its user the joys of seamless voice connectivity across continents. You can make use of the built in GPRS and EDGE technology to enjoy truly high speed mobile internet connectivity on the go. Easy find and quick download with its on board WAP 2.0/xHTML browser makes the Nokia 6300 an indispensable tool for mobile professionals. Local connectivity tools includes Bluetooth and USB.

Multimedia functions of the Nokia 6300 includes a 2.0 megapixel camera with video recording capabilities. A media player compatible with all major media file format and an expandable memory card slot - the Nokia 6300 has all that is needed for a sleek mobile music experience. The handset even features a FM radio to catch up on your favourite news or music channel on the radio. For more information of Nokia Mobile Phones Please visit our site.

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