Released October, 2007
The Pros:Quad band GSM support (good for 2007). Slim and attractive design. Goo display quality.
The Cons:Subpart camera performance. No memory expansion (microSD) unlike the 6500 Slide. Limited features for its price.
The Nokia 6500 is a higher-end candybar phone from Nokia, and one of Nokia's earlier 3G network-compatible phones. It has a stylish and thin frame and an bright, 65-million color display. It has a 2.0-megapixel digital camera with LED flash, and captures video.
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It has a WAP 2.0 Internet browser and wireless Bluetooth connectivity, and allows SMS, MMS, email and instant messaging. It has 1GB of internal memory to store photos or music, since it also includes a media player. The 3G network connection allows the 6500 to access data-intensive content, such as video streaming. It is meant to be stylish and competitive with other 3G or multimedia phones.
- Release Date: October 2007
- 2G Quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900
- 3G WCDMA 850/2100
- Stylish aluminum casing
- 2.0-megapixel digital camera with video capture
- Media player (mp3 and video)
- Bluetooth v2.0
- 1GB internal memory
- SMS, MMS, email, instant messaging
- WAP 2.0/xHTML Internet browser
- 2000-contact phone book
- Comes in black or bronze
User Reviews (1)
Quad band GSM support (good for 2007)
Slim and attractive design
Excellent build quality and materials
Good number of pre-installed games
Subpart camera performance
No memory expansion (microSD) unlike the 6500 Slide
Limited features for its price
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