Phones Review : Surge Nokia has 2.4-inch active-matrix screen resolution of 240 x 320 pixels and a color LCD display with support for up to 16 million colors. It contains an accelerometer for automatic portrait and landscape, and light sensor that automatically determines the brightness of the screen. The screen is a separate area of the bar, with a square five way navigation pad, two buttons, navigation, and standard send / end keys. Completed by hand on the messaging and camera buttons. Turn shafts and sliding side up to reveal a full keyboard QWERTY.
The phone has a user-accessible 120 MB internal memory which can be extended through microSD memory cards up to 8 GB. Internal phone book can store up to 1000 contacts with multiple numbers for each record, including support for user groups and photo / ringer ID. Other features include support for polyphonic ringtones and MP3, vibrating alarm, and detailed records of calls in the last 30 days.
Along with offering a wide range of messaging capabilities, Nokia is a great experience breaking navigation, including support for Flash to view the site the most comprehensive view HTML or YouTube. Nokia explosions can give you messages posted pictures, videos and reviews on sites like Facebook Email On-The-Go Pre-JuiceCaster application.
Hands-free operation is easy thanks to built-in speakers. The phone also has a wireless connection to Bluetooth (version 2.0) and includes profiles for communication headset, handsfree car, and file transfer. The profile A2DP Bluetooth, you can enjoy music from a pair of headphones compatible stereo Bluetooth. You can connect your laptop (either via Bluetooth or wired USB) and enjoy dial-up networking - search the Internet, e-mail and access the files on the server (additional fees or registration is valid).