Mobile phones > Nokia > 6220 Classic
|Model||Nokia 6220 Classic|
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||108 x 47 x 15mm|
|Operating System||Symbian S60|
|Networks||2G - 850/900/1800/1900|
3G - 900/2100
|LTE (4G light)|
|WLAN / Wi-Fi|
|3.5 mm audio connector|
|Camera resolution||5 Megapixels. Auto focus|
|Video capture resolution||NA|
|Second Camera||CIF+ (384 x 320 pixels)|
|Display size||2.2 inches|
|Number of colours||16,000,000|
|Display resolution (WxH)||240 x 320 pixels|
|Memory||120 MB, expandable up to 8GB with microSD card|
|Ringtones / Music file format||Polyphonic, MP3/AAC/ACC+/eAAC+/WMA|
|Standby time (h)||250|
By zokowmali on Jan 24 2010Not that bad!
Size(goes in every pocket,not bulky as N82,N95,..),weight(only 92g),camera is awesome(when it works),sound(you will hear it even when it's in a bag,or on a loud street),screen(crispy clear,and very good visibility at direct sunlight). Menu is really logical and easy to use ,camera features are great.
A bit too cheap feeling in your hand,too much plastic,keys need to be used too,camera in dark places doesn't work properly, just doesn't focus normal or doesn't at all,(have to try focus 2-3 times, sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't,other than that it produces fantastic pictures!),battery life is a story of it's own,lasts about 1,5-2 days(if you turn off vibration,don't use Gps too much,and put the display light to minimal,it lasts to 4 days,at least in my case).
Overall, NOKIA 6220 is a very nice and usable phone.Great camera from time to time,GPS works fantastic,locates satellites very fast.Software is very stable.
Only, really don't like the build Quality,but for that kind of money I really think it's a best buy.If 6220 classic had build Quality of E51 for example,the price would be 50%-60% more. So when you look at it that way,you will get use to it.
Great for calls,taking pictures,GPS,listening to music or radio...for that price even more than you would expect !
4 (out of 5)
By TakuArc on Oct 02 2008The most understated mobile handset ever!
Text to speech (multi-lingual!)
Fast beautiful effects (FP2);
5MPs, Xenon, Carl Zeiss, Auto Focus, Image stabilizer, 640x480 video @ 30 Fps;
Battery life (typical Nokia);
Top three keys (left, right function keys and up button) are squeaky;
Nokia Maps needs license;
Looks can be deceiving...If you ask me to describe the 6220 Classic. With the looks of a entry level color mobile, the beef that was packed in its shell would make you wonder how did SE get their mobiles so fat?Compared to K850i (released less than a year ago, SE flagship), yes it is longer, but its narrower, thinner and much much faster (interface, not how fast you can tose it out the window) and beefier.With a weight of around 90g, it is easily one of the lightest if not the lightest in its class. The price tag is that of a mid-range mobile, but the builtin functionalities are in the league of the N95/ N82.Nokia has struck the right key once again.
5 (out of 5)
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