The Nokia 6020 and 6021 are feature phones made by Nokia, running the Series 40 platform. The Nokia 6020 has a camera and no Bluetooth support, while the Nokia 6021 has Bluetooth and does not have a camera. The Nokia 6020 was introduced in November 2004 as a successor of the Nokia 6010 for Americas and the Nokia 3510i and also the Nokia 6230 for the global market. It was succeeded by the Nokia 6070 in 2006.
- Keymat with 5-way navigation key
- Captures with the VGA camera and video recorder
- 0.3 megapixel camera which has four modes: Standard, Portrait, Night, and Video
- 3.5 megabytes internal memory
- To transfer data such as photo images, videos and audio clips to a PC it needs a Pop-Port USB Data Cable or the Nokia Connectivity Adapter Cable
- Records up to 50-seconds video clip with sound
- 65,536 colours TFT LCD display
- Record up to 5-minute voice recorder
- Push To Talk
- Synchronise data with PC via Nokia PC Suite or remotely with SyncML
- Internet browsing with an XHTML-capable browser, via EDGE and GPRS
- Keeping track of personal finances with Mobile Wallet
- Has infrared to send or receive data to or from other compatible devices like PCs and other phone devices with Infrared connectivity supported
- Supports MP3 ringtones (requires firmware version 4.50 or higher)
- 2G Network
- GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz
- GSM 850/1800/1900 MHz – US version (602xb)
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