Friday, September 25, 2009

The bar design version of the Nokia 6500 slide handset targeting the business sector is called Nokia 6500 classic and is a more stylish mobile phone model measuring just 9.5 mm thick, with a housing made of anodized aluminum.
It is available in stores at a lower price than the slider, which was released a month before, and features a built-in 2MP digital camera for high-quality pictures and video recording on the go. It films at a resolution of 176 × 144 pixels and captures images at up to 1600x1200 pixels using flash light during low light conditions.The image you see is taken at the camera phone’s maximum resolution.

You can use it for listening to the music, watching videos, talk to anyone in this world handsfree for up to 5 hours and 30 minutes, download files and browse the web at high speeds thanks to the 3G 384 kbps connectivity, stream your funny videos, compose emails with attachments, play action Java games, send voice clips over the air with the Audio Messaging Service, write to-do lists, personalize the phone with cool backgrounds, make commands using your own voice, or just leave it in standby mode for up to 9 days, when you’re not in the mood for calls.

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