The Reincarnation of Design in Nokia 6300

By: Cool As Ice

The Nokia 6300 is a mid-range model that represents an evolution of the modern monoblock design. As far as the appearance is concerned, I must say the 6300 is quite stylish. It's a neat blend of black colored plastic and a shiny stainless steel battery cover. Basically, something that will not embarrass you every time you bring it out for a chat. (Showoffs may even have some fun being over the phone all the time). At 106.4 x 43.6 x 13.1mm, it's slim enough. And it is quite light too at 90 grams. If you are shifting from one of the bulky ones, the 6300 will feel like your head does after shaving that 3-year-old long mane. It's light, people!
The 6300 is surely an attempt to launch sleek phones as an affordable commodity. The result is simple. Here we have a dashing phone with a lot in common with a lot of other successful phones in the market, but sadly enough, not much new to offer. The 6300 it seems is a phone with a little bit of everything thrown in. It does nothing new from let' say the 6280, it just does it better.

Nokia 6300 is good, Slim and slick, sharp color screened and easy-to-use keypad.

It has a strong casing, a decent all-round feature set and an elegant, straight forward design. Looks and design wise this is Nokia at its best. Nokia 6300 Prepay Mobile Phone on T-Mobile Sim Free Mobile Phone. It is an excellent phone with very clear camera and good sound quality. The 6300 feels very solid, made from a combination of tough stainless steel covers and glossy, expensive black plastic. Nokia 6300 is hard but slim 12mm deep. It is comfortable to carry in a jacket or trouser pocket and unlike other metallic handsets it does not feel that heavy. Like an impeccably tailored suit, the Nokia 6300 is perfectly proportioned, always in style, but best appreciated for its attention to detail. The Nokia 6300 has been developed for consumers who want a mobile phone that offers an uncompromised set of features with highly desirable, sophisticated design.

The clean lines and recessed buttons of the Nokia 6300 are highlighted by a stainless steel frame that adds both design interest and strength. In addition to its organic curves and appealing design, the Nokia 6300 offers a robust range of easy-to-use features, including a 2 megapixel camera with zoom, expandable memory, built-in MP3 player and FM radio. Everything is displayed on a crisp, detailed screen which brings applications like an Opera Mini Browser or games like Sudoku and Snakes III to life. Nokia 6300 has 320×240-pixel color screen which displays up to 16 million colors and is good for viewing photos, watching videos and reading emails or text messages. The Nokia 6300 has keypad with large keys very easy to use. The four-way navigation key above the keypad feels a little on the thin side and is little uneasy to press. The bottom of Nokia 6300 has a small charging port that fits the 2.5mm headphone jack, a new Nokia chargers and a mini-USB port that lets you connect the 6300 to your PC that means no need of Nokia USB cable. One very beautiful feature is the blue lights on either side of the 6300, which glow when you have an unread text message. Looks like Nokia is finally getting back to what it used to do best, creating a phone does just what you want and does it well.

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