Nokia 6500, Classic and Slide Versions

By: Matt Sharp

Technically sound Nokia Corporation is another feather in Nokia's illustrious cap. The ravishing Nokia 6500 Classic is here. The Nokia 6500 Classic is an extremely stylish 3G mobile phone with a 2 inch 16.7 million colour screen supporting a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. The handset measures 109.8 x 45 x 9.5 mm and weighs 94 grams and comes with 1GB worth of internal memory. Now, you can carry your entire world of entertainment with you.

The Nokia 6500 Classic works on Quad Band technology ensuring global connectivity. The phone has also got 3G, Bluetooth, EDGE, HSCSD and Micro USB. You can easily access the Internet with features like WML WAP 2.0 Browser and XHTML Browser over WTCP/IP. On imaging ground, the Nokia 6500 Classic has an integrated 2 megapixel camera with flash and dedicated capture key. The phone also features landscape and horizontal camera modes offering desired imaging results. The device supports H263, MPEG4 and 3GPP video playback as well as video streaming.

Nokia 6500 Slide comes with advanced multimedia features. The handset comes with an integrated media player that can be used to run quite a number of different multimedia applications. The incorporation of a graphic equalizer ensures that the sound output is good; and combined with headphones; the sound emanating from the Nokia 6500 Classic would satisfy many a people with a passion for good music.

The handset comes with an in-built 3.2mega-pixel digital camera that is empowered with Carl Zeiss optics. The imaging options can be used for capturing images, and video clips. One can also use the Nokia 6500 Classic for video playback and video streaming. With good call quality, a decent battery life, and 6 hours talk time, Nokia 6500 Slide is an interesting mobile phone that offers users the full value for their money.

Both the Nokia 6500 Classic and Nokia 6500 Slide are available now.

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