Nokia 6300 in the Market to Prove Its Role

By: Bradley Ben

The latest 6300 model from Nokia comes in an attractive stainless steel casing making it one of the most beautiful and attractive mobile phone in the market. Coming in stainless steel casing the phone with l2 Inch screen is able to provide 16.7 million colours on a TFT QVGA type display. The Nokia 6300 handset has a built in memory of 7.8 Mbytes, while another 128 Mbytes MicroSD memory card can add the memory capacity. Weighing 91 grams with 106.4 mm x 43.6 mm x 11.7 mm, this mobile phone is a perfect piece to hold in hand and to get fitted in pocket. .

It is the existence of the build in 2 megapixel camera feature that adds the value of the mobile phone. With the camera, the user can take photos, store photos, send and share photos from the mobile handset to the friends. The mobile phone guarantees a fully charged standby battery time up to 264 hours and a talk time of 3.5 hours of talk time. The phone ahs the facility of Edge technology that ensures high speed data transfer. The existence of built in Bluetooth technology guarantees a wireless connectivity option on the mobile phone. It can also be used as a web browser by the user.

The Nokia 6300 model provides the mobile phone user the freedom to download and change the ringtones according to their wishes and preferences. The built in music player guarantees perfect musical entertainment for the mobile user. Also there is present an FM radio with the help of which the mobile user is connected with entertainment programs.

This latest model mobile phone from Nokia also features the facilities including instant messaging, audio messaging, multimedia messaging, text messaging and emails with attachments, which is much beneficial for the user. This Nokia model has a push to talk call feature that permits the user to have a call with other contacts with a push to talk key to talk to others. This model also features a handsfree speaker that permits the user to take a call with out the help of his hands.

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