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    Nokia 6700 classic Unboxing Pictures & Review

    Nokia 6700 classic continues the legacy of Nokia 6300. The previous one has ever topped all sales records for a mid-range mobile phone. Now obviously the 6700 has upgraded a lot but still sharing the same “DNA” as its predecessor. I can say Nokia’s phones can always get better no matter how simple and seemingly perfect things are. That’s why they gained the most market share. Nokia ~the name is about everything, no doubt in it.

    Here is what you find in the box: the Nokia {6700 classic}, earphones, a battery, a Connectivity cable, a charger and a Quick start guide. The phone we tested is in Chrome. (It’s not a black one! Looks like black coz of the reflection of light! )


    6700 Classic is in a contemporary design which made of stainless steel, gives it a really solid feel. (Looks a bit over shiny but a good way to show off, isn’t it?)


    Below the display we find four keys- two either side of the traditional D-pad. Those included two soft buttons with functionality changing according to the active menu, and the Call and End keys. Right in size, nothing complains about it. The keypad is rather flat but feedback is good, and big enough for oversized hands. I can say it is fairly comfortably to type with.


    At the bottom, there are microUSB jack, the charger plug and the microphone pinhole. (We can only see the microUSB jack here due to the reflection of light. Actually, they all located there.)


    The 5 megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash is located at the back. And the loudspeaker grill is also here, on the other side of the camera. (WOW~ the stainless steel casting makes it rather bright, seems like it’s for the stage like a shiny dancing shoes.)


    Removing the back cover, you may see the logo that is reminding us for recycling this stainless steel. (Of course not, 6700 is just on hand! And the build quality of it is just great. Looks so durable!)


    Take away the back cover reveals the microSD card slot. (Expandable up to 8GB) And the SIM card slot is just next to it.


    Look! 6700 is just a mirror when you in needed by turning to the sleek back panel. It’s now mirrored the Nokia packing box.


    Regular Homescreen here. 6700 classic employs the Series 40 6th edition user interface. The background is familiar, and the only novelties are a couple of menu icons.


    6700 classic music player with the applied theme. It has decent looks and all-round functionality, including album art, and a fair number of formats are supported. Besides all the typical functions, the music player here can be sorted songs by artist, album and genre.


    It is also with the built-in Uplink Noise Cancellation (UNC) that removes background noise during a phone call. The technology features of 6700 Classic are equally meticulous which is bringing something great to the midrange table. The inner is really matched with its outlooks. The only things is the over shiny surface (as I have mention it thousands times!) is very difficult for shooting, complained by our photographer. But people always love to show they are with different, who is refused to be out of ordinary?
    Last edited by Moderator HF 25; 07-19-2009 at 10:41 PM. Reason: Typo corrected
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    you listed the phone contents as the 6220 in the thread. should that be 6700 classic?
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    Dear All,

    It's a careless mistake here.In the package should be the Nokia 6700 Classic not the 6220. SO SORRY ABOUT THAT.We apologize for it!

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    ^ Don't worry, typo has been corrected

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    I like the chrome. It reminds me of my old 8860. Very nice.

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    This phone looks great and it is great. Good functions very fast internet, takes great pictures too.

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    3g? Where r u using it? I have this phone and has no 3g service in NA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slasher
    3g? Where r u using it? I have this phone and has no 3g service in NA.
    That's because it doesn't support NA 3G bands.

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    Why does this phone only include one of the two frequencies used in NA? Why not both? A European roaming in NA would be disappointed to learn that he probably can't roam on 3G in half of the places he visits.

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    Solid construction and 5 MP camera...


    Just makes me want the e72 more...

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    So does this phone not work with AT&T 3G then? Haven't been able to find confirmation one way or the other...

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    According to GSMArena: http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_6700_classic-2659.php , the phone has 3G on 1900mhz. So depending on where you are in the US, you might be able to use ATT 3G. It depends on which frequency they have a license for in your area. If they're using 850mhz then you'd be out of luck.

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    This phone was not made for the North American market so no 3G speeds unfortunately here in Canada and the USA.

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    Hey Quick Question. Where Was Your Phone Made From?????? Finland? Germany? China?

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