|Compatible networks||GSM, GPRS, HSCSD|
|Availability by country||2003—2007|
|Dimensions||109 x 58 x 24 mm|
|Operating system||S60 2nd Edition on Symbian OS v7.0s|
|Memory||6 MB internal user storage|
|Battery||BL-5C, 3.7 V, 970 mAh, Li-ion|
|Display||176x208 (65,536 colours) 2.16" TFT display|
|Rear camera||VGA 640x480, 2x digital zoom|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth & IrDA|
The Nokia 6600 is a mobile phone launched in Q2 2003, costing approximately €600. It was Nokia's high-end model of the 6xxx Classic Business Series of mobile phones. At the time of release, it was the most advanced product ever launched by Nokia, and it runs on the Symbian OS-based Nokia Series 60 platform. It also featured a VGA camera, extended storage by memory card, music player and video player, and Bluetooth. The model is still in use in many parts of the world and has proved to be a durable product. By many users it is considered as the trend setter phone which proved to be a bright milestone for its manufacturers.
The phone was intended to replace the popular 6310i as the predominant business class model in the Nokia range.
A variant of the Nokia 6600 was launched in the U.S. market as the Nokia 6620.
- Integrated (VGA 640x480) camera
- Video recorder with audio support (records up to 95 KB - from 9 to 27 seconds - with built-in recorder application)
- Streaming video and audio
- Wireless connectivity with Bluetooth and IrDA
- 6 MB internal memory
- MMC card slot for additional user memory and applications
- Java MIDP 2.0 and Symbian(series 60) applications
- Data synchronization with PC via PC Suite and iSync
- Tri-band operation in GSM E900/1800/1900 networks
- ARM compatible (ARM4T architecture)
- Symbian Operating System 7.0s
- CPU running at 104 MHz
- 176x208 (65,536 colours) TFT display
- 5-way joystick navigation
- HSCSD and GPRS, for internet/WAP access
Although the initial batches of the Nokia 6600 were not stable, later system software upgrades corrected the situation.
The phone has the capacity to support the installation of a wide range of third-party software such as mp3 and multimedia players, games, web browsers, office suites, and GUI themes, via Java and ePoc (*.sis) installers. GUI themes can be created using the free Nokia Symbian Theme Studio.
The model was released to the general public in two color schemes: black and white and full black. Additional color schemes (blue and white, pink) were produced for promotional purposes.
In the year 2007, Nokia stopped production of the 6600 handsets.
- Nokia unveils the 6600 By Jørgen Sundgot, infoSync World, Monday 16 June 2003.
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