Nokia 6500 Classic and 5310 Xpress, candybar coolness

by Matt Sharp - Date: 2007-12-06 - Word Count: 286 Share This!

Let's check out Nokia's candybar lineup, with the 6500 Classic and 5310 Xpress.

The new Nokia 6500 Classic follows on the tradition of its namesake with a very square design and an individual casing made from seamless anodized aluminium giving the phone a feel of quality and expense. In terms of design you could be forgiven for thinking you had just picked up the original phone, however as soon as you touch a button you are presented with a full colour display telling apart the two models.

Housed beneath this cool exterior lies a 2.0 megapixel camera supporting video record and playback and an MP3 Player for listening to your favourite music tracks. The Nokia 6500 Classic is also 3G enabled allowing for fast access to the internet and emails as well as broadband speed downloads of new mobile content such as ringtones, games and new themes. You can also keep up to date with the latest news and sports headlines, new movie trailers and latest music releases via 3G services. Connectivity is easy with Bluetooth, UMTS support, USB port and EDGE technology offering multiple ways of files transfer, data download and voice.

The Nokia 5310 Xpress Music is a stylish candybar phone measuring 103.8 x 44.7 x 9.9 mm and weighing 71 grams. The Nokia 5310 Xpress Music phone has a 16 million colour TFT screen with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. The music player supports a variety of formats like MP3/MP4/AAC/eAAc/WMA. Other noticeable features include 2 megapixel camera with 1600x1200 pixels, stereo FM radio with RDS, WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML (Opera mini), 30MB internal memory, microSD (TransFlash) card etc.

Both the Nokia 6500 Classic and the Nokia 5310 Xpress are available now.

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