Released June, 2009
The Pros:Sleek and high quality exterior. Good quality 5MP camera. Smooth user interface (Symbian S40).
The Cons:Uncomfortable keypad buttons. Below average web browsing experience. Easily scratched exterior.
The Nokia 6700 is a candybar mobile phone originally released in June 2009 as a step-up from the 2007 Nokia 6300, and then later re-released in December 2009 as the Nokia 6700 Classic Gold Edition. It maintains the 6300’s simply candybar frame, but hosts a slew of improved features, including a 5MP camera/camcorder with flash, an integrated music player, a built-in GPS sensor, and microSD memory support up to 8GB.
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The 6700 supports GPRS, EDGE, and HSDPA data transfer, but it unfortunately does not include WiFi connectivity. Critics also note that the 6700 is a fingerprint magnet; it has no standard headphone socket or adapter; and it does not support syncing with Macintosh computers.
- Candybar Mobile Phone
- Nokia 6700 Classic ($299.99)
- Nokia 6700 Classic Gold Edition ($599.99)
- QVGA Display
- WCDMA Network
- 3G Data Interface
- Audio Recorder/Player
- Integrated GPS Receiver
- microSD Memory Expansion
- Network: WCDMA Band I, II, and VIII (2100/1900/900)
- Data: GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA, HSUPA, TCP/IP
- Display: 2.2” (320x240)
- Input: Numeric Keypad
- Connectors: USB
- Memory: 170MB Internal; microSD (8GB Max)
- Messaging: SMS/MMS
- Email: IMAP4, POP3, SMTP
- Browser: Nokia, Opera
- GPS: Integrated
- Camera: 5MP (2992x1944)
- Camcorder: 640x480 @ 15fps
- Video Recording Formats: H.263, MPEG-4
- Video Playback Formats: MP4, 3GP; H.263, H.264
- Video Streaming Formats: 3GP, RM
- Audio Recording Formats: AMR-NB
- Audio Playback Formats: AMR, MID, MP3, MP4, M4A, AAC, WMA
- Bluetooth: v2.1; PictBridge
- Battery: BL-6Q 970 mAh
- Nokia Battery BL-6Q
- 1GB microSD Card
- Nokia USB Headset (WH-203)
- Nokia Connectivity Cable (CA-101)
- Nokia High Efficiency Charger (AC-8)
- Quick Start Guide
User Reviews (2)
Sleek and high quality exterior
Smooth user interface (Symbian S40)
Email application is simple to setup
Uncomfortable keypad buttons
Below average web browsing experience
Easily scratched exterior
Limited format support for video play back
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