The Nokia C6 Combines A Qwerty Keyboard And Touch Screen

May 27 10:24 2010 Chris Westley Print This Article

The Nokia has recently announced an exciting new Smartphone, the Nokia C6.  Incorporating a combination of touchscreen navigation and a full QWERTY keyboard for efficient text entry, this versatile handset also features Wi-Fi Internet access, a 5 mega pixel digital camera and a versatile internal media player.

The Nokia C6 utilises a 3.2 inch TFT resistive touch screen in order to display up to 16M colours within a pixel layout of 360x 640.  This results in excellent quality display of the on screen imagery making it ideal for viewing photos and video files.  As mentioned a full QWERTY keyboard slides out from behind the screen offering appeal to users who prefer the use of a physical keyboard over that of a touchscreen.

An array of additional features and applications gives the Nokia C6 a high degree of everyday functionality and versatility.  Entertainment wise,Guest Posting there is a versatile internal media player which supports several different formats of both music and video files, whilst a stereo FM radio player and a range of pre-installed games (along with access to a library of downloadable games) offer additional entertainment options.  Business users are sure to appreciate the internal document viewer which is compatible with word, excel, PowerPoint and PDF files.  Users can stay connected with friends and family thanks to inbuilt Yahoo! Messenger, Google Talk and Windows Live Messenger applications. 

The design of the Nokia C6 offers a high level of aesthetic appeal.  Measuring 113x 53x 16.8 mm, it is a relatively pocket friendly handset and is surprisingly light weight at 150 g, considering it includes a separate keyboard unit.  The C6 is available in both black and white colour variants offering aesthetic appeal to those style conscious users who also view their phone as a fashion statement.

In order to stay connected to both cellular networks and the Internet, several connectivity methods are utilised.  Initial connection to the Internet relies on 3G coverage whereby an HSDPA connection provides Internet access at speeds of up to 3.6 mega bytes per second, along with HSUPA.  A faster Internet connection can be attained however, thanks to Wi-Fi Technology which utilises the signals emitted by wireless Internet routers when available to provide a faster connection and therefore an enhanced browsing experience.  EDGE & GPRS are both provided in class 32 versions to keep the Nokia C6 connected to cellular networks in all but the most isolated regions.

For storage of data such as music tracks, video clips and photos etc, 240 MB of internal storage is provided as standard.  A micro SD slot is also included for the same purpose and comes with a pre-installed 2 GB memory card offering additional storage.  This card slot can be utilised to gain further storage however, simply by replacing the memory card with an upgraded one of up to 16 GB.

The digital camera on most Nokia handsets is generally an impressive piece of hardware, and it is certainly no exception with the Nokia C6.  The 5 mega pixel unit operates at a pixel resolution of 2592x 1944 pixels to provide stunning quality still images.  Autofocus, LED flash, face & smile detection and geo-tagging are all included as part of the cameras software package.  The geo-tagging facility operates thanks to GPS with A-GPS support whereby it automatically records the location at which a photo was taken. 

The Nokia rarely disappoints when it comes to the release of a new Smartphone.  The Nokia C6 is no exception thanks to its impressive combination of stunning hardware and versatile software, meaning its popularity is insured upon its upcoming release.

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