Nokia 6300: Satisfies With Advanced Functions

By: Alice Erin

The Nokia 6300 is a multimedia phone that boasts of some great features and high-end functions. The slim and stylish appearance of the phone is partly due to the stainless steel body.

This model has given a new dimension to the Nokia phones with its slim profile. The 6300 is a mid-range phone that measures 106.4 x 43.6 x 11.7 mm and the weighs only 91 grams including the fitted battery. The beautiful stainless steel body gives a cool sensation and a great deal of satisfaction to all the users. The ergonomic keypad and user friendly navigational keys make the operations on the device easier. The wide 2 inches screen is capable of reflecting high resolution images and videos as it unfurls up to 16.7 million colours.

As far as multimedia features are concerned, the Nokia 6300 supports a 2 megapixel camera for capturing the special moments in full colour action. The users can capture, store, send and share the images on their handset. The video recording capabilities allow the users to playback and stream the videos with ease. The MP3 player, and FM radio are the two other features that attract the customers the most. The player supports all types of music formats such MP3, MP4, AAC, AAC+, eAAC and many more.

The Nokia 6300 is a useful device that is bestowed with some advanced facilities. The Push-to-Talk and Walkie-Talkie features are the mostly liked by the people using the gadget. The advanced messaging suite includes SMS, MMS, emails with attachments, Xpress audio messaging as well as instant messaging. The internal memory of 7.8 MB can be easily upgraded by micro SD card. The handset comes with a GPRS and EDGE technology which provides a high speed data file transfers.

The talk time of the handset is an important factor, as one can not recharge the battery very frequently. Therefore, the Nokia 6300 provides a talk time up to 3 hours and 30 minutes and a standby time of approximately 348 hours.

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