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Nokia 2650

Nokia 2650
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks 850/1900 MHz or 900/1800 MHz
Dimensions 85 x 46 x 23 mm, 77 cc
Weight 96 grams
Battery Li-Ion 760 mAh (BL-4C)
Nokia 2650, closed

The Nokia 2650 was first made public in the second quarter of 2004. The model was one of Nokia's few clamshell releases at that time, and being an entry-level phone, it became popular largely due to its low price.


The Nokia 2650 has the following features:

  • LED light for alerts to sms and incoming calls
  • A high resolution 128 x 128 colour display
  • Full colour xHTML via GPRS
  • Multimedia Messaging
  • An enhanced phone book with images added to contacts available
  • An enhanced calendar function
  • Downloadable Java games and applications, Wallpapers, Polyphonic ringtones

Specification sheet

Feature Specification
Form factor Clamshell
Operating System Series 40 Version 1
GSM frequencies 850/1900 MHz or 900/1800 MHz
GPRS Class 4 (3+1 slots), 24 - 36 kbit/s
Main screen CSTN Matrix,4096 colors, 128 x 128 pixels
Camera No
Video recording No
Multimedia Messaging Yes
Video calls No
Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC) No
Java support Yes, MIDP 1.0, CLDC 1.0
Built-in memory 977KB
Memory card slot No
Bluetooth No
Infrared No
Data cable support No
Browser WAP 1.2.1 XHTML
Email No
Music player Non
Radio No
Video Player No
Polyphonic tones Yes, 4 channels, monophonic
MP3 ringtones No
HF speakerphone No
Offline mode No
Battery Li-Ion 760 mAh (BL-4C)
Talk time 3 Hours
Standby time 12+ days (300 hours)
Weight 96 grams
Dimensions 85 x 46 x 23 mm, 77 cc
Availability Q2 2004
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