At only 89g (3.1oz) in weight and measuring 110mm x 45mm x 10mm (4.3″ 1.8″ x .4″) in size, the Nokia 6500 Classic is quite a compact little candy bar instrument. The Classic’s architecture is sophisticated and elegant, makes use of simple lines and curved surfaces. The 6500 Classic’s 16 million color display may only be 2″ in size, but its QVGA resolution makes for some very clear looking images. The display is brighter than the 6500 Slide, and qrcmpSEOART ~YUQ-998283
The small d-pad on the Classic functions quite well thanks to its easy to find and raised silver edge that surrounds a large central select button. The two delicate keys and the red and green call control keys are also small, but work well. The alphanumeric keypad takes little getting used to. The raised silver bars on the keypad separates small keys. The silver bars can not be pressed and act as guides for the pad of the fingertip. Other than the camera, flash, and speaker on the back of the 6500 Classic, there is little else to describe it. The phone’s design is very simple. Charging and USB data connections are handled by the covered micro-USB connector on the top of the handset. A small hole on the bottom allows easy access to the microphone. The zigzag sides of the 6500 Classic no camera shutter keys and the volume is controlled by using the d-pad.
Nokia 6500 Classic Silver Edition will offer those who buy it quad-band GSM connectivity (850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz) and dual-band UMTS connectivity (850 / 2100 MHz), as well as a pack of mid-end features that make the phone much in demand and a fantastic device.The device comes with a 2 inch TFT display with 240 x 320 pixels and 16 million colors support (so it can provide an excellent image clarity), Music player (MP3, AAC and AAC+ support), Bluetooth 2.0,Enlarge picture with A2DP, a 2 mega pixel camera with flash and video, email, fast messaging, WAP 2.0 browser, Java MIDP 2.0 and 1GB of internal memory that, unfortunately, cannot be extended. 6500 Classic’s battery is a 830 mAh Li-Ion one that should get the phone going for up to 5.5 hours in chat-time mode
Nokia 8800 Sapphire is the handset captures the essence of timeless beauty and excellent craftsmanship, which would appeal the discerning and style-conscious buyers. The Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte inspired from nature makes a unique statement with its single Sapphire– world’s most durable material–as the center-key. The elegantly designed handset features 3G capabilities to the highly acclaimed Nokia 8800 series along with 3.2 mega pixel auto focus camera and boasts a stunning OLED display. The handset will cost Rs 65,000 approximately, exclusive of all taxes and subsidies, when it’s launched across markets in April 2008.
Some of its important features are;Tap the steel surface below the display, and lo behold! An analogue clock appears, Silence incoming calls during a meeting by simply putting the handset face down, Nokia 8800 Sapphire Arte, features exclusive soundtracks. One can hear the demo of the captivating soundtrack on the nokia site,The handset accessories include Nokia BH-803 Bluetooth headset with Active Noise Cancellation and touch sensitive volume adjustment. To add an element of sophistication and security, each handset comes with a leather pouch with a linen-lining and a separate matching desk stand. The handsets flaunt a 3 mega pixels camera with auto focus and 8x digital zoom, 1 GB memory, so you may never need a memory card again,All wired connectivity using the integrated MicroUSB port, 2.03 QVGA 240×320 pixels, OLED display with up to 16 million colours 3G capability and living wallpaper