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Nokia 2600

 Nokia 2600 Discontinued
14th June 2004

Nokia have always been good at making attractive entry-level handsets, and the Nokia 2600 is another addition to their  low-end range. This is a basic dual-band GSM phone (with different US and European/Asian models) with a 128x128 pixel 4096 colour display, with built-in games and polyphonic ringtones.. and that's really about it.

Don't get us wrong, we like the Nokia 2600 a lot. It just doesn't have anything fancy - no camera, no Java, no GPRS. Put  simply, the Nokia 2600 is just a phone, and a good-looking and inexpensive one at them. Nokia haven't confirmed the price, but we think the 2600 will be in the 200/120/$220 price range, or even less.

The Nokia 2600 is elegantly designed, with an easy to use keypad and smart but understated good looks. We think it's one of the best looking phones in the entire Nokia range, even if it's not the most powerful. It certainly doesn't look like a cheap phone, even if it is.

Size and weight are pretty typical for a clamshell, at 95 grams and 108x46x20 mm. Battery life is quoted at 2-3.5 hours with up to 10 days standby time.

 

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Nokia 2600 at a glance

Available:

Q3 2004

Network:

Dual-band GSM

Data:

No

Screen:

128x128 pixels, 4096 colours

Camera:

No

Size:

Standard "candy bar" format
108x46x20 / 95 grams

Bluetooth:

No

Infra-red:

No

Polyphonic:

No

Java:

No

Battery life:

3 hours talk / 10 days standby

 

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