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Nokia 6220 classic Review

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The Nokia 6220 classic runs Symbian S60 OS with Feature Pack 2, which will hardly take you by surprise if you happen to have used it before. Let´s recap for all of you, who haven´t. the Symbian S60 is an operating system that looks much better than Windows Mobile 6.1, for an instance. But as we all know, most smart phone customers are far more interested in what functionality a system offers, rather than the way it looks in particular. Well, the S60 is a great performer in this respect.

Contacts have retained the same pleasing interface. You can search by given or family name, but unfortunately the phone doesn´t offer the search function that compares consecutive letter values of any digits you punch in to the letters in the names of your contacts, in other words punching in 6 (mno) - 3 (def) - 6 (mno) won´t lead to the phone finding your Neo contact. Still, there are numerous information fields, so adding as many details into your contacts as you wish is not a problem at all.

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Nokia 6220 classic Review

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Adding a new contact

 


Being an S60 device, the Nokia 6220 offers an extensive organizer and office assistant functionality. Your calendar allows you to take a look at your schedule in month, week or day view, plus you have a to-do mode that, as its name suggests, calls up all your to-do notes on screen. There are also calculator, notes, dictionary, unit converter etc. Quickoffice is started through the office folder and does a great job opening and showing Office 2003 documents. The thing is you will have to shell out some extra cash if you feel like editing office files. There is also a preloaded Adobe Reader LE 1.5 that helps you read PDF files.

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Calendar - Nokia 6220 classic Review

Calendar


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Nokia 6220 classic Review

Calculator

Notes

Converter

 

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PowerPoint

Adobe Reader LF

Viewing office documents on the Nokia 6220 classic




Messages, Internet and GPS:

There is nothing thrilling about typing away text messages, but you’ll soon find out using the keyboard makes for one indeed, since it´s as far from being the most comfy pieces of hardware out there as it gets, especially for people with thicker fingers.

If you are up for surfing the Web wherever you are, you are in for a nice surprise - the Symbian browser is really nice. It loads pages in a snap, properly visualizes all content and formats and aligns any text so that it´s comfy to read. What else could a web buff need? Plus we didn´t encounter any issues opening heavy or complex pages either.

Messaging - Nokia 6220 classic Review
Messaging - Nokia 6220 classic Review

Messaging

Surfing the Web on the 6220 classic - Nokia 6220 classic Review
Surfing the Web on the 6220 classic - Nokia 6220 classic Review

Surfing the Web on the 6220 classic



The Nokia 6220 sports a built-in GPS receiver and comes with Nokia Maps that offers great 3D view of the Globe. In serene weather the GPS managed to find our location fast after a hardware restart and almost momentarily the second time. The phone comes with a turn-by-turn voice navigation pack that is free to use for three months.

Nokia Maps - Nokia 6220 classic Review
Nokia Maps - Nokia 6220 classic Review
Nokia Maps - Nokia 6220 classic Review
Nokia Maps - Nokia 6220 classic Review

Nokia Maps


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Display2.2 inches, 240 x 320 pixels (182 ppi) TFT
Camera5 megapixels
Hardware
Single core, 369 MHz, ARM11 processor
128 MB RAM
Size4.25 x 1.85 x 0.59 inches
(108 x 47 x 15 mm)
3.17 oz  (90 g)
Battery900 mAh, 3.5 hours talk time

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