Shopping for a mobile phone can make you go nuts. There are music phones, camera phones, flip phones, slider phones, fashion phones, smart phones (and the list goes on), and choosing any particular phone is quite confusing. In this scenes gets more pathetic when you want to maintain a budget and still want a decent phone. Perhaps Nokia got the signals, and so launched the new Nokia 6300 – a basic phone, with flavours of old fashion simplicity.
The handset comes wrapped in a tough garb of stainless steel casing, making it not only look attractive but also giving it a robust feel. Yet the handset is much lighter than expected. It is slim 12mm deep. The handset features a good display and offers a real treat to visual experience. Its particulars being 320x240-pixel (QVGA) colour screen displays up to 16 million colours. Like all basic mobiles, the Nokia 6300 also takes care of basic usability factors. Thus, the keypad comes well etched for fast and hassle free typing. Talking of messaging, the Nokia 6300 also features a blue light on either side, just to denote that you have a unread message. Since the device runs on Series 40 user interface, it comes with a good Menu structure. The menu can be viewed as a grid of icons, as tabs or as list. Plus, the Menu icons can be re-arranged as per the preferences and usage. And in case the device detect that you are hovering upon a Menu for a little too long, it will show a pop – up window for explanatory purposes.
Nokia 6300 also comes with a camera and video recording capacity. The quality of camera is decent though there is no auto focus or flash. For music, there is a good music player and FM radio. Plus, the advantage of PC suite. And in terms of connectivity, the Nokia 6300 comes with Bluetooth, GPRS/EDGE connectivity and USB.
Raina Kelsey is an expert author, and writes about latest gadgets.
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