Nokia 6670 Specs

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Description

Nokia 6670 imaging smartphone features 1.0 mega pixel camera, 65k TFT display, Netfront Web Browser with PDF support, Java MIDP 2.0, GPRS data, E-Mail client, RS-MMC card slot, streaming multimedia, speakerphone and voice functions.

Cons

  • Thick body (0.82 inches)

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Display

Resolution: 208 x 176 pixels
Technology: TFT
Colors: 65 536

Hardware

Internal storage: 0.008GB
Storage expansion: RS-MMC
OS: Symbian (7.0s), S60 2nd Edition, Feature Pack 1
Device type: Smartphone

Battery

Capacity: 900 mAh
Type: Li - Ion, User replaceable

Camera

Rear: Single camera
Main camera: 1 MP
Video recording: Yes
Dimensions: 4.27 x 2.08 x 0.82 inches (108.6 x 53 x 20.9 mm)
Weight: 4.16 oz (118.0 g)
Features: Numeric keypad, Soft keys

Cellular

Other version supports GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz

Connectivity & Features

Bluetooth: 1.1
USB: Yes
Location: GPS
Other: SyncML, Computer sync

Phone features

Notifications: Polyphonic ringtones (48 voices), Vibration, Phone profiles, Speakerphone
Other features: Voice dialing, Voice commands, Voice recording

Regulatory Approval

FCC approval:
Date approved: Nov 09, 2004
FCC ID value: QVVRH-68
Measured SAR:
Head: 0.73 W/kg
Measured in: 1900 MHz
Body: 0.60 W/kg
Measured in: 1900 MHz
EU SAR:
Head: 0.34 W/kg

Availability

Sep 28, 2004
Officially announced: Yes
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User Reviews

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Rating breakdown (out of 10)
8.6
My first Nokia in 10 years.
Phone owned for

Yes this is my first Nokia in 10 years approximately. I purchased it directly from my provider which is Fido. The price was a little high because I hate paying retail but it was a business expense so no sweat off my back. Its features and functions provide me with everything I need. The TFT screen is an excellent size for viewing and the memory card definitely helps. I like the fact that it plays my music comfortably and the speakerphone is great. It allows me to continue sending txt msgs or add info or even check info in my calendar. Actually the phone virtually allows me to do anything within the menu while communicating except for going online. Do I recommend this phone, yes I do. It's very practical, it definitely allows you to stay in sync with your laptop or pc with ease and the Nokia PC Suite software is one of a kind. Nokia is one of if not the most recognizable brand/trademark in the world and they are consistent. The phone is reliable, no problem with reception even in an elevator or underground for instance the basement.

Eventhough I am still learning new things about the phone I'm a pretty fast txt msger and the T9 is a little slow for me. I have to press another button to add the right symbol, or find the matching word, or even change it to numeric mode. That's not cool. Actually Nokia is forcing me to be a spelling 'B' champ! But other than that I enjoy having my own beats as my ringtones.

By the way if anyone is interested in some custom made originally produced mp3's for ringtones let me know. If you are also someone looking for great deals on phones say $40US, email me and I will set you up.

Until next time stay savy!

Sincerely,

Ben.

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6
AWSOMEEEE
Phone owned for

I think this is awesome phone...in fact, I'm thinking of upgrading to it from my 3650. The thing is, it still only has mono sound and the "megapixel" camera isn't completely a megapixel camera. Another option I"m looking into is the 6260, but the thing about that it still only has a VGA camera...why doesn't Nokia just make a phone that has EVERYTHING, instead of mixing-and-matching features. Some of you might say there's the 6630, but I would hate having 3G capabilities when there's none in the states (AT&T UMTS won't allow the use of other 3G phones even if they're unlocked, which is totally ridiculous!). But anyways, I would get this phone if I couldn't get the 6260.

I think this is awesome phone...in fact, I'm thinking of upgrading to it from my 3650. The thing is, it still only has mono sound and the "megapixel" camera isn't completely a megapixel camera. Another option I"m looking into is the 6260, but the thing about that it still only has a VGA camera...why doesn't Nokia just make a phone that has EVERYTHING, instead of mixing-and-matching features. Some of you might say there's the 6630, but I would hate having 3G capabilities when there's none in the states (AT&T UMTS won't allow the use of other 3G phones even if they're unlocked, which is totally ridiculous!). But anyways, I would get this phone if I couldn't get the 6260.

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6
SUPER NICE
Phone owned for

this is a very good fone. i recommensd it to everyone. it has got amazing features and then some. truly an amazing phone.


this phone really rocks. it has a good color resolution, you may take nude photos of girlfriend or boyfriends. as in wow...

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