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Nokia 2690

Nokia 2690
A Nokia 2690 mobile phone with a white casing
Manufacturer Nokia
Series Nokia 2000 series
Compatible networks GSM, GPRS
Related Nokia C1-01, Nokia 2700 classic, Nokia 3110 classic
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 107.5 mm × 45.5 mm × 13.8 mm
Weight 80.7 g
Operating system Series 40 5th Edition Feature Pack 1
Memory 25 MB
Removable storage MicroSD, max. 8 GB
Battery BL-4C, 860 mAh
Data inputs Numeric Keypad
Display 1.8 inch, 262,144 color, 128 × 160, TFT
Rear camera VGA (0.3 megapixels)
Connectivity Bluetooth, USB

The Nokia 2690 is a mobile phone made by Nokia. It operates on GSM quad band frequency 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz, with automatic switching between frequencies. It has dimensions of 107.5 × 45.5 × 13.8 mm and weighs 80.7 grams.

Contents

  • Technical specifications 1
    • Key features 1.1
    • Dimensions 1.2
    • Display 1.3
    • Imaging 1.4
    • Multimedia 1.5
    • Messaging 1.6
    • Java applications 1.7
    • Connectivity 1.8
    • Browsing 1.9
    • Power management 1.10
    • Sales package contents 1.11
    • Operating system 1.12
    • Available colors 1.13
  • References 2

Technical specifications

Key features

  • Digital camera (640 × 480) and video recorder (176 × 144)
  • MP3, ringtones and user-created ringtones (Voice Recorder)
  • FM radio
  • Bluetooth 2.0
  • SMS, MMS, email, and Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging
  • 500

MB internal dynamic memory, microSD memory card slot with hot swap, max. 8 GB

Dimensions

  • Volume: 58.8 cc
  • Weight: 80.7 g
  • Length: 107.5 mm
  • Width: 45.5 mm
  • Thickness: 13.8 mm

Display

  • 1.8 inch, 262,144 colors, 128 × 160 pixels

Imaging

  • 0.3 MP Camera/VGA (640 × 480, 176 × 144 video)
  • TFT color display

Multimedia

  • Camera (photo and video recorder)
  • Music player (AMR, AMR-WB, MIDI, MXMF, MP3, AAC, MP4/M4A/3GP/3GA (AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, AMR, AMR-WB), X-Tone, WAV (PCM, a-law, mu-law, ADPCM), WMA (WMA9, WMA10)
  • Video player (174 × 144 3GP)
  • Voice recorder
  • FM radio with RDS support

Messaging

  • Email supports POP3, IMP4 and SMTP protocols
  • Nokia XpressAudio Messaging (sends greetings with short voice clips)
  • SMS text messages
  • MMS messaging with pictures

Java applications

  • MMS 1.3 (supports 300 KB size)
  • Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging tiit

Connectivity

  • Photo and data sharing with Bluetooth 2.0 and USB

Browsing

Power management

  • Battery: BL-4C
  • Capacity: 860 mAh
  • Talk time: Up to 270 mins (GSM)
  • Stand-by: Up to 335 hrs (GSM)

Sales package contents

  • Nokia 2690
  • Nokia battery BL-4C
  • Nokia Stereo Headset WH-102
  • Nokia Compact Charger AC-3
  • User Guide

Operating system

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