Nokia 2600 Classic

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Specifications:

Data Services
Messaging Capabilities
MMS, Instant Messaging, SMS, Email
Data Services
EGSM, GSM, WAP
Email Protocols
IMAP4, SMTP, POP3
Multimedia Features
Fax?
No
GPS
No
Phonebook
Yes
To-do list
Yes
Wallpapers/Screensavers
Wallpapers, Screensavers
Keypad lock
Yes
MP3 Player
Yes
Java enabled
Yes
Handwriting Recognition
No
Ringtones Type
Polyphonic
Predictive text input
Yes
Video Recorder
Yes
Inbuilt Camera
Yes
Video Player
Yes
FM tuner
Yes
Picture Viewer
Yes
Games
Yes
Calendar
Yes
Calculator
Yes
Headphones
Yes
Alarm clock
Yes
Built-in Microphone ( Mobile )
Yes
Stopwatch
Yes
Currency converter
Yes
Profiles
Yes
Voice Recorder
Yes
Power Options
Power Supply
Battery
Phones
Standby Time (hours)
580
Form Factor
Candybar
Call Lists
Received calls, Recently dialled calls, Missed calls
General
Length (mm)
110
Accessories
Headphones
Width (mm)
47
Height (mm)
12
Weight (g)
73
Supported Media
Supported Audio File Formats
MP3, MIDI
Supported Picture File Formats
GIF, BMP, JPEG
Supported Video File Formats
H.263
Digital Video
Digital video format
MPEG, 3GP
Video resolutions
128x96
Input Devices
Input Devices
Buttons, 5-way Navigation
Phone Networks
Mobile Network Bands
Dual Band GSM
Mobile Networks
Telstra
Digital Camera
Video capture
Yes
Digital Zoom
4x
Wireless Connections
Wireless technology supported
Bluetooth 2.0, GSM
Software
Operating Systems
Symbian
Main Display (Internal)
Colour Support
16-bit
Screen Resolution
128x160
*Specifications are subject to change without notice. While every attempt has been made by IDG Communications in the production of these specifications, possible errors or omissions may still occur. IDG Communications neither assumes legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any product specifications supplied.

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