Nokia 600

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Nokia 600[1]
ManufacturerNokia
Availability by regionCancelled
Form factorbar
Dimensions111x53x13 mm
Mass100 g
Operating systemSymbian Belle
Memory2 GB, CPU 1 GHz
Removable storagemicroSD expandable up to 32GB
Battery1200 mAH (BL-4) Li-Ion, Standby -540 h, Talktime- 15h
Display3.2 360x640 px, TFT, 16M color
Rear camera5 MP, VGA, 2592x1994 px
Development statusnot available

Nokia 600 is a multi functional touchscreen device running on Symbian Belle OS. The device came with many features of the modern generation smartphone. It came in four interesting colours- Black, White, Pink and Lime. The Nokia 600, after having been officially presented, was canceled from the company's plans.

Features[edit]

The device is a featurable one with presence of bluetooth v3.0 with support in A2DP and EDR. Unlike previous versions of Nokia Symbian, it has the functionality of GPS, wi-fi 802.11 b/g and 3G connectivity. The camera has a primary camera of 5 megapixels with flash and 2x digital zoom. Internet access is via HTML Browser. It has connectivity via USB, GPRS, EDGE, HTML, XHTML, CSS, WML, 3G but lacks Irda. The device supports Java version MIDP 2.1. It lacks QWERTY keyboard and secondary camera. It is a NFC supported device.

Music and radio[edit]

The device supports a wide range of music formats like MP3, WMA, AAC, eAAC, eAAC+, AMR-NB and amp; WB, E-AC-3. This makes the device a good music player. It lacks user defined Equalizer. It has FM Radio functionality with inbuilt FM Antenna. This device doesn't need plugging earphones to play FM radio like Nokia 5030 Xpress Radio.

Software[edit]

Nokia 600 has many pre-installed applications. Some of them are Shazam, Adobe PDF Reader, Nokia Maps, Tune Wiki, Nokia Suite, Flash Lite 4, Vlingo, Ovi Music, Ovi Store, Angry Birds Magic, Fruit Ninja (NF3), World Traveller, Flash Light Torch, RSS Reader and many more.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Official Website". Microsoft.com. Retrieved 2015-07-29.

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