New Nokia 6300 Ships Soon In 2007

Trae McNeely - Dec 1, 2006
New Nokia 6300 Ships Soon In 2007

It’s cool, sleek, sexy, and ergonomically design thus another product from Nokia. The Nokia 6300 is seen as another stellar product from Nokia’s mid-series line of cellphones. The Nokia 6300 includes a 2 megapixel camera, 8x digital zoom, 2 inch QVGA screen, mp3 player, FM radio, speaker phone, and 135 MB of internal memory with and option to expand up to 2GB with a microSD card. It also includes an e-mail client, Edge support, Bluetooth, the Opera Mini Browser, video clip, and voice-dailing. For such a phone with standard to okay features, customers would expect a longer talk-time and this model pulls through with 3.5 hours.

On the flip-side this is a decent product from a respectable company. Nokia is no stranger to excellent design and this definitely does the job because the phone is less than 13.1mm and it has the popular stainless steel body for durability. This phone was created based on a design concept that mobile devices shouldn’t rival the size of tv remote controls, so the Nokia 6300 will fit in your pocket and it won’t break. According to sources it will ship during the first quarter of 2007 and preorders can be found for $400. It will come unlocked and is compatible with any GSM carrier within the U.S. or Internationally. If you are a Nokia, Symbian lover this phone will come in handy and the excellent GUI interface and multitasking options will set you apart from the others.

Nokia 6300 Model [via]

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