Nokia 6500 Slide
Released September, 2007
The Pros:Beautiful brushed-steel finish, looks very high-end. Large screen that's impressively sharp and vivid. Phone camera takes clear images with great detail.
The Cons:Very limited onboard memory, gets restrictive for some functions. Speakerphone outputs audio to the back of the phone - so putting the phone down creates a muffled sound.
The Nokia 6500 Slide is a higher-end Nokia slider phone. It is based on the Nokia 6500 and has similar features, with some unique upgrades. The most obvious change is that the 6500 is a sliding phone, with the keypad concealed.
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The frame is made mostly of stainless steel, whereass the 6500 classic was aluminum. The camera on the Slide is also higher-resolution, with 3.2-megapixels, video capture, and compatibility with Adobe PhotoShop as well as a TV-Out port to display media on an external screen. The display also rotates horizontally when in camera mode. The 6500 Slide still features an mp3 and video player, though it only has 20MB of internal memory. The Slide, however, includes a microSD card slot with expansion up to 8GB. It also has a secondary VGA camera, for videocalling use, since it is 3G-network compatible. It also features wireless Bluetooth connectivity and Opera Mini HTML browser
- Release Date: October 2007
- 2G Quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900
- 3G WCDMA 850/2100
- Stainless steel casing, sliding concealed keypad
- 3.2-megapixel digital camera with video capture, autorotating screen and LED flash
- Media player (mp3 and video)
- TV-out port
- Bluetooth v2.0
- 20MB internal memory, with microSD card slot to expand up to 8GB
- SMS, MMS, email, instant messaging
- Opera Mini browser
- 2000-contact phone book
User Reviews (1)
beautiful brushed-steel finish, looks very high-end
large screen that's impressively sharp and vivid
phone camera takes clear images with great detail
menus are intuitive and easy to use
buttons are large enough for larger fingers, comfortable to use
offers a good range of customization
very limited onboard memory, gets restrictive for some functions
speakerphone outputs audio to the back of the phone - so putting the phone down creates a muffled sound
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