Nokia 2600 Classic Simple Mobile in Comparison of iPhone

Nokia 2600 Classic is not a touch screen mobile phone and also not like iPhone but it is most selling mobile phone. It is in the comparison of iPhone because of its look and design. It has Black, Orange, Blue and Beige colours. It looks like a simple mobile for everyone.

It is some great key features like – 2G network with GSM 900 / 1800, GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth and FM radio. It has VGA camera with 640×480 pixels. Nokia 2600 Classic offers video features also. It support WAP 2.0/xHTML browser. The simple phone support Java, voice memo and Expense manager. It has 10 MB internal memory and call records up to 20 dialed, 20 received, 20 missed calls. The mobile offers large phonebook of 1000 entries. Downloadable polyphonic and MP3 ringtones are its great features.

It has not large screen like iPhone and other touch screen mobile phones but it has 1.77 inches screen with 128 x 160 pixels display. The phone was announced to launch in January, 2008 and it was released on March, 2008.

After the analysis of Nokia 2600 Classic we can say it the beyond of iPhone and other touchscreen mobiles. By the phone users can share a text message with SMS if call is not possible.

It has small keypad like Nokia 1600 and other simple mobiles which is manufactured by Nokia Company. Users can type SMS either in Hindi or in English format and can sends it in easiest step.

It is not a great looking phone but the design is fantastic to attract the users. It is lowest range mobile phone for simple users who have requirement of camera and video recording.

Camera is not well like other digital or HTC mobile but the screen of Nokia 2600 Classic is very lightly. We have a great experience with its phone images, here:

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