Friday, October 19, 2007

Nokia 6103 Review

Diverging from the color scheme of the 6101, the 6103 features a black-lined silver exterior, with a 4K-color external screen highlighting incoming and basic information such as signal strength and battery charge level. Above, a built-in 0.3-megapixel camera is activated by pressing the Camera Key situated to the right edge, capturing photos up to 640 x 480 px in size.

Near the Camera Key, an infrared port lets consumers send, receive, and synchronize data wirelessly, while the Volume Keys on the left side adjust earpiece and ringer volumes during calls and standby.

An integrated speakerphone is located on the top of the 6103, while a multi-functional system connection port (Pop-Port) is located on the bottom.

Also used to charge the 6103, the Nokia designed outlet automatically identifies accessories attached. 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. The Pop-Port transmits at rates of up to 230 kbps.

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