Nokia 6300 Vs Nokia 5300: Get More With Them

By: Carlodanie Janee

Nokia's reputation as a mobile giant is increasing day by day. Nokia, the Finnish multimedia major has its operation in almost every part in the world. The entire saga of mobile telephony has got a new definition, a new lease of life with Nokia's user-friendly mobile handsets. That is why, when we think of mobile phones, the name of Nokia comes to our minds spontaneously. Innovative features with breakthrough technology, state-of-the-art designing with gorgeous colour combinations-all what Nokia is known for. Nokia's trademark quality and durability make every handset a priceless possession, a great piece of craftsmanship.

The Nokia 6300 and the Nokia 5300 are two latest handsets from the popular Nokia stable. The Nokia 6300 is a very stylish and elegant mobile handset with a slim body. The handset measures 107 x 44 x 13 mm and is equipped with some fantastic features like 2" screen with 240x320 pixel display, 2 megapixel camera, 3GPP video player/recorder, built-in music player, Bluetooth, MicroSD card support and MIDP Java 2.0 with additional Java APIs. The network data support feature is brilliantly supplemented with GPRS, EGPRS, CSD and HSCSD.

The Nokia 5300 is a great phone in looks as well as in features. The handset slides up smoothly to reveal a host of multimedia features such as music player, 1.3 megapixel camera, FM player, picture messaging, WAP etc. Other important features include GPRS, Bluetooth, speakerphone, voice dialling etc. The most striking feature of the Nokia 5300 is that the handset is endowed with dedicated play, pause, rewind and fast-forward buttons-ensuring you unmatched musical experience.

In fine, both the and the are two brilliant mobile handsets. But if you are more attracted to the music feature of a phone, then, the Nokia 5300 is a better option. The handset has got an internal memory of 5MB. However, you can expand it up to 2G using MicroSD memory cards.

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