Nokia 6280 - Unfurl the Latest Technology

By: Adam Jaylin

Mobile market in UK is brimming with technologically superior handsets and unbelievably advanced gadgets that make you wonder about the brilliance of human mind which weaves the most unique of devices. Nokia is known for its mobiles par excellence and has manufactured mobiles that are fit for every range and group. It has tried to capture the high-ranged business mobile market by introducing the new Nokia 6280 that has been able to woo the target customers as well.

Let us try to analyse the features of this mobile phone more intricately. This is a 3G slider mobile that looks elegant from its exteriors. Its 240x320 pixel external display that comes in 262,000 colours is equally impressive. This is a camera phone that is equipped with a high resolution 2 MP main camera plus a secondary VGA camera that supports the facility of video calling. The other well deserving feature of this phone is its connectivity. Nokia 6280 works on a Tri-band GSM that lets you stay connected anywhere in the world. Also technologies as EDGE, 3G and GPRS adds on to the same.

When you wish to surf the net, you can do so at a very high speed. Also, an e-mail client is supported via this handset. When you want to relax in your free time, you can play your favourite music in its audio player. However, has some limitations as well. To start with, Nokia 6280 runs on a Symbian series 40 operation and it isn't a smartphone. Secondly, its memory also seems a little less at 74 MB, considering that it is a high-end model with all the latest features.

This mobile has captured a huge chunk of market share and is quite popular amongst its users. Nokia 6280 has everything, from style to substance, it encapsulates advanced technology and is worth a try. So if you are out to buy a deserving phone for yourself, 6280 is worth your consideration.

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