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Nokia 2630

Nokia 2630
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks GSM 900 1800
GSM 850 1900 (US)
First released 2007
Form factor candy bar
Dimensions 105 mm (4.1 in) H
45 mm (1.8 in) W
9.9 mm (0.39 in) D, 45 cc
Weight 66 g (2.3 oz)
Memory 11 MB internal memory, no card slot
Data inputs Keypad
Display 1.8 in (46 mm) diagonal TFT LCD
128x160 pixels, 65,536 Colour TFT LCD
Rear camera 0.3 MP (640x480 px max.)
4x digital zoom
VGA video recording (128x96 px max.)
Sound Polyphonic ringtones 24 voices, Real tone (MP3)
Connectivity GPRS, Bluetooth
Other FM radio

The Nokia 2630, released in Q2 2007, was a mobile phone manufactured by Nokia in Romania, now discontinued.

A basic but decent and feature-packed phone containing all the features of its predecessor Nokia 2610, but with a VGA camera and is thinner with improved design and display.


The 2630 is a candybar style phone that weighs 66 grams, with its buttons operated by the thumb. It has a 1.8 inch TFT color screen with 65536 colors display all the information of the cellphone. Uses a d-pad and two selection button on each side with a send and end key like native S40 devices. The End key is also used to turn the phone on/off. The phone also has a 640x480 pixels, VGA camera phone on the back.



  • 640x480 pixels, VGA camera phone
  • 0.3 megapixel
  • 3 sizes
    • 640x480
    • 320x240
    • 160x120
  • x4 digital zoom
  • 128x96 pixels video recording
  • Night Mode
  • Multishot


  • GSM 850, GSM 1900
  • EGSM 900, GSM 1800






  • 128x160 pixels
  • 1.8 inches-TFT
  • 65536 colors

External links

Official Nokia 2630 website

  • Nokia Asia
  • Nokia Europe


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