Nokia 7600

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Nokia 7600
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Manufacturer Nokia
Availability by country Q4 2003
Related Nokia 6650
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 87 x 78 x 19 mm, 103 cc
Weight 123g
Removable storage No
Battery Nokia BL-5C
Li-Ion 850 mAh
Display 128 x 160 pixels
Rear camera 0.3 megapixels
Front camera No

The Nokia 7600 is a digital imaging mobile phone released by Nokia. It was Nokia's second 3G handset after the Nokia 6650.

Technical details[edit]

The phone weighs 123 g and measures 8.7 x 7.8 x 1.86cm and at launch was one of the smallest and lightest dual-band GSM and 3G (WCDMA) phones in the world. The 7600 has a 65,000 colour screen and contains a 640 x 480 digicam for both photography and video.[1]

Design[edit]

The phone was primarily aimed at the "fashion" market, it had unique teardrop shape and a variety of interchangeable covers were available. The number keys were located around the large screen. The VGA camera was of a good quality for its time, but poor by modern standards.

It has polyphonic ring-tone support. The built-in MP3/AAC audio player allows up to 29MB of songs to be transferred to the handset using Bluetooth or a USB connection.

The 7600 has a talk time of nearly three hours using a 3G connection. Stand-by time is up to 12.5 days.

Problems[edit]

This 7600 was notoriously awkward to use. Texting or using the menu requires both hands, though this was helped by the large dimensions of the phone. It also suffered as a result of having lower specifications than similar phones of its generation.[2]

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