Nokia 6270 Reviews

Nokia 6270: Quadband slide phone offers music and megapixels.

Nokia 6270 Reviews The versatile Nokia 6270 slide phone features a 2-megapixel camera with flash and landscape mode. With a modern and refined design, the Nokia 6270 merges state of the art photography capabilities and user-friendliness into an enjoyable imaging experience for consumers.

The spacious QVGA, 262,144 color display (320×240 pixels) of the Nokia 6270 helps to manage daily life while a broad set of messaging capabilities enables consumers to easily keep in touch with others. Mobile email is conveniently at hand as the Nokia 6270 phone comes with an integrated email client that supports attachments.

In addition, the Nokia 6270’s built-in music player supports a variety of digital sound formats such as MP3 and AAC, making music-on-the-go easily accessible. With stereo speakers supporting 3D sound effects, the Nokia 6270 provides a brilliant sound experience that can be shared with others. A visual radio client rounds out the audio capabilities of the Nokia 6270 phone. A world travel-friendly quadband GSM 850/900/1800/1900 handset, the Nokia 6270 has an estimated retail price of 300 EUR before subsidies or taxes. The Nokia 6270 is expected to begin shipping in the fourth quarter of 2005.

Nokia 6270 Reviews

Cellphone9 have written a review for the Nokia 6270, here’s how they sum up the phone: The first thing that popped into my mind was the creative form factor that makes the Nokia 6270 look like my electric shaver at home: if Motorola has the RAZR, then let Nokia have the SHAVR. Stripped down to its bare essentials, the Nokia 6270 is a quad-band phone capable of fast EDGE connectivity. The unit takes the slider template, allowing the top half to house the 320×240 QVGA screen as well as the 4-way directional pad, two call buttons and the menu buttons.

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