Friday, October 19, 2007

Nokia 6102 Review

Featuring a silver-edged black exterior, the 6102's front contains a 4K-color external LCD conveniently displays incoming and everyday information with the flip closed. Above, the lens to a built-in 0.3-megapixel camera is triggered by pressing the Camera Key situated on the right side. Photos of impromptu moments can be captured at up to 640 x 480 px in resolution.

Located next to the Camera Key, an infrared port allows users to transfer and synchronize data wirelessly, while the left side has the volume keys to adjust earpiece and ringer volumes during calls and standby.

A speakerphone is located on the top while a multi-functional system connection port is on the bottom, also used for charging the 6102. Named the Pop-Port, the Nokia designed outlet automatically identifies accessories attached to the 6102. Additionally offering stereo sound with the use of headphones, users can charge their accessories with a single USB cable without the use of separate power sources. Pop-Port transmits up to 230 kbps.

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