Nokia 6300 Popular Model

By: Jacob Marshal

Nokia Corporation is a Multinational Corporation, dealing in wired and wireless telecommunications. Nokia's headquarters is located in Espoo, in Finland. Nokia is currently the world's largest manufacturer of mobile telephones, grabbing the lion's share in the global market, with approximately 39% of the global market in the third quarter of 2007.

Nokia Corporation produces mobile phones for all the major market segments and protocol, including GSM, CDMA, and W-CDMA (UMTS). Equipment required for applications such as mobile and fixed-line voice telephony, ISDN, broadband access, voice over IP, and wireless LAN are also manufactured by the Corporation.

Nokia 6300 is a popular model that works on a wide range of systems like GSM 850 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900 in the American version and GSM 900 in the Euro/Asian version. The feather -light Nokia 6300 weighs a mere 91 g. and fits into your palm, at a dimension of 106 x 44 x 12 mm. Its battery life lets you talk for 210 minutes with a stand -by of 348 hours. The LCD colour screen display with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels and a screen size of 2", is a treat to the eye.

Nokia 6300 has a built -in memory of 7.8 MB and a phone book capacity of over a 1000 numbers. Multiple Language option is also available in this mobile phone. Navigation is extremely easy thanks to the sensibly-spaced four-way rocker switch and Enter key. Voice Dialling, Custom Graphics, WAP / Web Browser, Memory Card Slot, Email Client, FM Radio, Music Player, PC Sync, Bluetooth, Video Capture and Camera are some of the highlights of Nokia 6300.

'Opera Mini 4' just rocks on 6300. Point your Nokia 6300 at 'mini.opera.com/beta' and download straight away and to take your full Web experience and digital lifestyle with you - everywhere you go.

Nokia 6300, a mobile among the deluge of mobiles released each year, is a real find.
It is one of the most pleasantly distinguishable phones, its slim sleek line wrapped in stainless steel. A phone that is great to simply hold.

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