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Nokia 6620

Nokia 6620
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks GSM 850/1800/1900 MHz
Related Nokia 6600
Nokia 6630
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 109 x 58 x 23.6 mm
Weight 124 g
Operating system Series 60/Symbian OS
Memory 12 MB
Removable storage MMC (32 MB included)
Battery BL-5C, 3.7v, 850mAh Li-ion
Display 176 x 208 pixel 65,536 colors
Rear camera 0.3 Megapixels 640x480 VGA
Connectivity IrDA, Bluetooth, USB

The 6620 is a smartphone created by Nokia, announced in January 2004,[1] running on Series 60 2nd Edition and the Symbian operating system. It was the first EDGE-capable phone for the Americas' market.[2]

It is a version of Nokia's 6600 smartphone for the North American market, featuring all the features of the 6600 such as the VGA camera, MultiMediaCard slot, Bluetooth and color screen, but with a change to the North American GSM frequencies, newer version of Nokia Series 60 v2 with Feature Pack 1 while original 6600 had common Series 60 v2 without Feature Packs, the doubling of internal RAM, the addition of Nokia's new Pop-Port connector, the inclusion of stereo sound, and a new EDGE capability, effectively giving it double the download speeds of current General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) equipped phones.

This phone usually comes packaged with the charger, a battery, a 32 megabyte MMC card and a USB cable.

Contents

  • Features 1
  • Digital downloads 2
  • Technical specifications 3
  • Related handsets 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Features

  • 65000 color screen
  • VGA camera for pictures and video
  • GSM voice communication (850 MHz, 1800 MHz and 1900 MHz)
  • GPRS and EDGE data communication
  • Bluetooth, infrared and USB connectivity
  • Support for SMS, MMS and email messages
  • Multiple mailbox for remote email downloads
  • Web browsing for WAP and HTTP web sites
  • 12 megabytes internal memory
  • MMC expansion slot supporting 2 gigabytes
  • Handsfree speakerphone
  • Multiple ringtones included with space for more
  • Usual software including calendar, calculator, wallet, messaging, voice recorder, phone book, gallery, notes
  • Symbian and Java support for applications and games
  • Instant Messaging (IM) support
  • RealPlayer included for audio and video playback
  • Full MP3 support including saved Playlists
  • Stereo audio playback using Nokia stereo headphones or Nokia AD-15 3.5mm stereo headphone adapter (6600 was mono only)

Digital downloads

The EDGE capability allows the 6620 to play streaming video, allowing users to view video clips that are not stored on the phone itself. The phone also supports downloading smart messages from the network, depending on support from the network operator, to update settings.

Technical specifications

The main CPU in this phone is an ARM925t compatible chip running at 150 MHz while the 6600 only runs at 104 MHz. The camera supports resolutions up to 640x480 and has a 2x digital zoom. It can record video for up to 10 minutes. The RealPlayer software can play back video and audio, and also files in MP3 and AVI format. The talk time is listed at 4 hours, and 200 hours of standby.

Related handsets

References

  1. ^ "Device Details - Nokia 6620". Forum.nokia.com. Retrieved 2010-11-16. 
  2. ^ http://company.nokia.com/en/news/press-releases/2004/01/15/nokia-introduces-the-first-edge-capable-smartphone-for-the-americas-market

External links

  • Device Details Forum Nokia
  • Using the Nokia 6620 as a Bluetooth modem
  • A list of mobile viruses effecting the nokia 6620 and how to fix them
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