Nokia 8600 Vs Nokia 6300: Great Looks, Great Features

By: Simon Smith

Nokia's popularity as one of the leading mobile phone manufacturer is increasing day by day. Many companies have come and launched several handsets-but Nokia is still holding the numero uno position. Why is this so? What's special there in a Nokia handset. Well, since years back or from the time mobile phones started making its true mark in the world mobile diaspora, Nokia has been deemed as the most user friendly mobile handsets maker in the world. From its birthplace Finland, the company has expanded its business all over the globe and is now enjoying great market share offering the best in technology to the consumers. Nokia has recently unveiled two of its powerful handsets called the Nokia 8600 and Nokia 6300. Both the handsets boast of some mind boggling features. Let's see them.

The Quad Band Nokia 8600 comes in a stainless steel casing and the handset slides open to reveal a sleek and stylish keypad. The handset features a 2 inch 16.7 TFT QVGA display offering a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. Pictures and videos taken with the built-in 2 megapixel camera (with 4 x digital zoom) can be best viewed on this screen. The video player function of the phone supports formats like 3GPP, H263 and H264. The Nokia 8600 comes with an integrated music player supporting formats of various types like AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MP3, MIDI, AMR and WMA. Connectivity is solid-thanks to Bluetooth 2.0, Micro USB, GPRS and HSCSD. Other features include email with attachments, Nokia Xprees Audio Messaging, voice recording, voice commands, handsfree speaker, 128MB memory etc.

'The slim yet powerful' Nokia 6300 is also a gorgeous Tri Band handset with a number of features like 2 inch 16.7 million TFT QVGA colour screen (240 x 320 pixels), built-in 2 megapixel camera (with 8 x digital zoom), video recording, video streaming, integrated music player (MP3, MP4, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, H263 and H264), FM radio, handsfree speaker, voice commands, flight mode etc. The Nokia 6300 comes with standard connectivity channels like Bluetooth, SyncML, GPRS, EDGE and USB. Rest of the features of the phone are email with attachments, Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging, push to talk, XHTML browser, 7.8 MB internal memory plus 128 MB MicroSD Memory Card.

Both the Nokia 8600 and Nokia 6300 are great in looks as well as features. Pick one among them and begin to live life in colour.

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