The Nokia 6630 is Nokia's first 3G phone based on Symbian OS 8.0a. It features always-connected email, mobile broadband access for multimedia content, live video streaming and video conferencing. The 1.23 million pixel camera has 1 to 6x variable digital zoom for picture and video capture, manual exposure control, sequence mode for fast picture capture and up to one hour of video recording. The 6630 is optimized for 3G (WCDMA) (maximum download 384 kbps, upload 128 kbps), EDGE (maximum download 236.8 kbps, upload 118.4 kbps) and 2G networks worldwide and is expected to be available in the fourth quarter of 2004.
The 6630 weighs 127 g at 110 mm x 60 mm x 21 mm. 10 MB internal dynamic memory can be expanded with hot-swappable Reduced-Size MultimediaCards (RS-MMC) - 64 MB card is bundled with the phone. 6630 is a quad-band device providing coverage on up to five continents (GSM 900/1800/1900 and WCDMA 2000 networks). Other features include: video editing with Nokia Video Editor, Movie Director application for automated fun video production, web browser with improved HTML support, Enhanced Media Gallery for storing photos and videos, 65536 color screen and user interface with selectable themes, camera with sequence mode (6 images in 2 seconds), Instant Messaging, full speed USB 2.0 connector, Bluetooth connectivity and 3D API (JSR-184) for Java MIDP 2.0 applications.
Nokia 6630 - PROs AND CONs
- Quad-band device: 2.5G, 3G (WCDMA), EDGE
- Data transmission speed up to 384 kbps
- 1.23 megapixel camera with smooth 1-6x digital zoom
- one hour of videorecording
- Full speed USB 2.0
- light and small
- stereo sound, MP3 player
- RS-MMC slot
- Bluetooth keyboard support
- video calls/conferencing only with accessory
The first Symbian OS based 3G phone from Nokia, providing worldwide coverage on five continents and data transmission speeds of up to 384 kbps. 1.23 megapixel camera with smooth 1-6x zoom, stereo sound, advanced HTML browser, fast USB 2.0.... is there anything more you can expect from such a small Series 60 smartphone?