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Nokia 3600 slide

Nokia 3600 slide
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks GSM 850/900/1800/1900
Availability by country August 2008
Related Nokia 3600 slide, Nokia 6500 slide, Nokia 6600 fold
Form factor Slide
Dimensions 97.8 x 47.2 x 14.5 mm (59.7cc)
Weight 97.3 g
Operating system Series 40
Memory 64 MB internal, up to 4 GB external supported
Battery BL-4S 860 mAh
Display 2 inch QVGA LCD (16.7 million colors)
Rear camera 3.2 megapixels dual LED flash
Connectivity Bluetooth 2.0, Micro-USB, Packet Data

The Nokia 3600 slide is a mobile phone by Nokia that was released in August 2008. The phone runs the Series 40 3rd Edition platform. This is classed as the 'low end version' of the Nokia 6600 slide,[1] its major difference being the lack of 3G support.

Features

  • Operating frequency
  • Music
    • Music player supports MP3, MP4, AAC, eAAC+ & WMA audio formats
    • Up to 10 hours of music playback
    • Stereo headset included with automatic music muting for incoming calls
    • Stereo FM radio - FM radio requires headset to be attached
    • Manage your music on your compatible PC with Nokia Music Manager or Windows Media Player 10 and 11
  • Imaging and video
    • 3.2-megapixel camera (2048 x 1536 resolution) with autofocus, 8x digital zoom, and dual LED flash
    • Video Recording supports VGA at 15fps, and QVGA at 30fps
    • Video playback supports MP4, 3pp
    • Video streaming
    • Local video playback: up to 30fps in VGA for H263 and MPEG-4 with 2048 kbit/s bitrate
    • Video to TV-Out: up to 15fps in QVGA with the Nokia Video-Out Cable CA-92U (not included)
    • Still picture to TV-Out in VGA with the Nokia Video-Out Cable CA-92U (not included)
    • Manage your videos with Nokia Video Manager
  • Display
    • 2" (320 x 240 pixels) QVGA display supporting up to 16.7 million colours
  • Connectivity
    • MicroUSB connector
    • 2.5mm AV connector
    • 2mm charging connector
    • USB 2.0 Full Speed for rapid music transfer
    • Remote SyncML data synchronisation via Bluetooth
    • Packet Data
    • Bluetooth 2.0 with stereo audio profiles for wireless music listening and control
    • Connects to the Nokia Bluetooth GPS Module LD-4W(not included) for GPS location with Nokia Maps
    • OMA DRM 2.0 and Windows Media DRM for digital content protection
    • Device updates with FOTA (firmware over the air)
  • Browsing
    • Opera Mini v4 browser
    • xHTML support
    • WML (WAP 2.0) support
    • HTTP/TCP/IP connection
  • Memory
    • 64 Mb internal memory of which 30 Mb is available for user data
    • Expandable using microSD card supports up to 4 GB
  • Communication
    • Windows Live Messenger Mobile
    • Flickr
    • Opera Mini
    • Text messaging (SMS)
    • Multimedia Messaging
    • Audio messaging service (AMS) for sending voice clips over-the-air
    • Email client supporting IMAP4, POP3, and SMTP protocols, with a user-friendly setup wizard
    • Video Call Acceptance
    • Download
    • Yahoo! Go
    • Plug and play mobile services
    • Supports Java MIDP 2.0 applications
  • Power management
    • BL-4S Battery
    • Up to 5 hrs talk time
    • Up to 14.2 days standby time
    • 860 mAh

References

  1. ^ Nokia 3600 slide, Accessed 1 September 2008
  • http://www.nokiausa.com/find-products/phones/nokia-3600-slide/specifications

Related handsets

External links

  • Nokia 3600 slide
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