Nokia 6500 Classic: High-on Features and Looks

By: Adam Caitlin

The Nokia 6500 classic a great looking phone with a fusion of design and functionality. With the state-of-the-art multimedia capabilities and design perfection, the users can easily find a difference. The Classic handset sports elegant looks, multiple connectivity options as well as advanced version of the user-friendly interface i.e. Nokia's S40.


It is a slim looking 3G enabled phone which comes in a smooth and stylish casing. The candy bar styled phone promises to keep the users entertained with its personal music soundtrack and advanced imaging features. The black coloured casing of the phone is brushed with aluminum finish, which makes it look slim and sleek. The Nokia 6500 Classic manages to fit in a dimension of 110 x 45 x10 mm and weighs 94 grams in total.

The simple lines and curvaceous edges make the handset much more attractive.

The users can view all their video footages, images and music tracks on a wide screen. The wide screen of the phone measures 2 inches, which can unfurl 16.7 million colours on a high resolution display. The high resolution screen is a scratch resistant, which avoids unnecessary scratches. The tactile keypad is enhanced with smooth keys that can operate multiple functions.

The camera of is endowed with advanced image setting features. A built-in 2 megapixel camera can be used to capture the still and active video footage, even in dark an dull environments. Moreover, the handset can be used for recording and streaming of the videos. As a matter of fact, the phone supports 3GPP and H263 video streaming formats. The music player and FM radio of the device come with excellent sound quality. The users can enjoy fun-filled music capabilities with the help of these applications. In addition to the entertainment aspect, Java embedded games are really a fun to play in free time. Depending upon their whims and fancies, the users can download more games from the internet into this gizmo.

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