The Nokia 6300 makes a sophisticated first impression with clean styling, compact style
Today Nokia launched its new slim Nokia 6300 mobile phone in the Middle East market, continuing its commitment to the region’s needs by giving the mid-range Nokia 6300 the ability to answer the unique linquistic and cultural demands of its customers in this market with its multi-language keymat and interface available in Arabic, Farsi, Urdu and English, the languages most commonly spoken in this region. Weighing a mere 91 grams and measuring less than 13.1mm thin, the Nokia 6300 is constructed of quality materials and offers a modern suite of features for today’s consumer. Featuring a great screen, ergonomic keymat and easy-to-use menu, the Nokia 6300 is now available. Not only has the Nokia 6300 been exquisitely designed, however, it has also been specifically developed for the Middle East through its year round Islamic organizer.
“While design is of great importance in creating a handset consumers will appreciate, we take it a step further having the interface in the region’s language in order to answer our customers’ needs,” said Tomi Paatsila, Vice President, Mobile Phones, Sales & Market Operations in Middle East & Africa, Nokia Corporation. “We are committed to this region, and to the people who live here. We know this region has unique cultural and linquistic needs, and we have sought to answer them with this redesign of the Nokia 6300. This is not the first time we have produced devices with these language interfaces on them, and the Nokia 6300 continues our helpful efforts.”
In addition to the interface and language, the design of the handset has been created with an eye towards aesthetics. The clean lines and recessed buttons of the Nokia 6300 are highlighted by a stainless steel frame that adds both design interest and strength. In addition to its organic curves and appealing design, the Nokia 6300 offers a robust range of easy-to-use features, including a 2 megapixel camera with zoom, expandable memory, built-in MP3 player and FM radio. The Nokia 6300 also includes a striking blue light indicator on the side – a feature first on a series 40 mobile phone – to alert the user on new messages and missed calls. Everything is displayed on a crisp, detailed screen which brings applications like an Opera Mini Browser or games like Sudoku and Snakes III to life.
“Like an impeccably tailored suit, the Nokia 6300 is perfectly proportioned, always in style, but best appreciated for its attention to detail,” added Tomi Paatsila “The Nokia 6300 has been developed for consumers who want a mobile phone that offers an uncompromised set of features with highly desirable, sophisticated design. We are confident that the Nokia 6300 will be among our best selling models in 2007.”
The Nokia 6300 includes:
• 2 megapixel camera, 8x digital zoom
• 2-inch QVGA screen
• USB/PC Synchronization
• In-box memory of 135MB, with support for up to 2GB microSD cards
• Voice dialing, voice commands and voice recording
• MP3 player, FM radio
• Integrated hands-free speaker
This is also the first Series 40 handset to have push email, bringing the feature to less expensive handsets and a large customer base. The Nokia 6300 has a talk-time of up to 3.5 hours and a standby time of up to 14 days. And in keeping with Nokia’s strong commitment to the region’s specific consumer needs, the Nokia 6300 also features an Islamic Organizer, enabling the user to keep track of important Islamic actions, such as prayer times and the qibla direction for prayer.
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