Nokia 3300

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Nokia 3300
Nokia 3300.jpg
ManufacturerNokia
Compatible networks2G GSM 900/1800
GSM 850/1900 (3300b)
PredecessorNokia 5510
RelatedNokia N-Gage
Form factorMonoblock
Dimensions114 x 63 x 20 mm
Mass125 g
Storage64MB
Removable storageMMC
BatteryLi-Ion 780 mAh
Display128 x 128 pixels

The Nokia 3300 is a mobile phone announced on March 11, 2003[1] as the successor of Nokia 5510. It was marketed primarily as a music playing phone.[2]

They are relatively rare and today go for high prices in the second hand market.

Design[edit]

Unlike most traditional designs, the 3300 has a display roughly in the center of the front panel with a numeric keypad to the right, a controller pad to the left and the call/end and selection keys to the bottom. The covers are interchangeable, allowing the handset to be personalised to some extent. The 3300 bears strong design similarities to the Nokia N-Gage which was introduced before it, but released long after the 3300.

Nokia also made a variant of the phone for the North American market.[3] Compared to the Eurasian version, the 3300b utilizes a QWERTY keyboard and runs on GSM 850/1900 networks.

Features[edit]

The Nokia 3300 supports MP3 and AAC audio and comes with an FM radio, and it can also be used as a digital voice recorder. Included in the standard package is a 64MB MMC memory card for storing data. GPRS data is supported, the display is a 128 x 128 pixel CSTN panel.[4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://company.nokia.com/en/news/press-releases/2003/03/11/nokia-3300-creates-a-new-mobile-music-and-messaging-experience
  2. ^ "Nokia transforms the mobile music experience with the Nokia 3300".
  3. ^ "Meet the Nokia 3300". Geek.com. Retrieved 22 August 2013.
  4. ^ "GSMArena - Nokia 3300 specifications".