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An artful fusion of materials and technology define new mid-range handsets. Nokia 6500 Slide wraps third-generation features in innovative, highly detailed design. The Nokia 6500 Silde is a tribute to high mobile technology and aesthetics. This sleek and stylish phone is easy on pocket without any compromise on features. It comes in silver and black casing and large keys make navigation easy. The Nokia 6500 Slide is one of two 6500 series devices that were announced side by side back in May of this year. Unlike the very thin and simple Nokia 6500 Classic, the Nokia 6500 Slide has a slider form factor of Nokia 6500, stainless steel body work, and an auto-focus digital camera that uses Carl Zeiss lenses. This is a great-looking phone and itís very easy to use. If youíre looking for something more advanced then check out the Nokia 6120 classic smartphone, which has video calling and some other extra features. But if you want something a bit less complicated that looks great and still has the benefit of 3G downloads then this could be the phone for you.

Designed with maximum usability in mind with large keys and ergonomically correct and balanced proportions, this phone is just what youíre looking for. The Nokia 6500 Slide mobile phone features an enthusiast-quality 3.2-megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and the ability to easily share pictures, videos and even video calls on a television. The Nokia 6500 Slide brings unsurpassed levels of imaging and sharing and delivers a refined tactile experience with its elegant brushed stainless steel finish and smooth slide mechanism. Nokia 6500 slide has dual-band 3G support in addition to quad-band GSM support, Nokia 6500 slide has a built-in 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera, and a solid media player. Nokia 6500 slide is also quite attractive and uses a QVGA resolution display that can show up to 16 million different color shades. Other features of the new Nokia slider include 2.2 inch color screen with QVGA resolution, dual LED flash, 8x digital zoom, TV-Out, 2nd camera, music player and FM tuner. Measurements of the Nokia 6500 slide are 96.5◊46.5◊16.4mm.

Fashioned to stand apart from the crowd, the Nokia 6500 slide incorporates a number of design elements not often found in a mid-range device. Ensuring that the sophisticated brushed stainless steel body retains its timeless beauty, a unique hard coating helps to prevent scuffs, scratches, and even fingerprints. Precision engineering of the slide mechanism means that the Nokia 6500 slide feels solid in the hand, yet moves with a smooth, fluid action to create a decidedly upscale user impression. The 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics found in the Nokia 6500 slide marks the first time that mid-range camera phone consumers have been able to experience the outstanding imaging capability of Carl Zeiss optics. The addition of autofocus, a dual LED flash and 8x digital zoom optimizes the Nokia 6500 slide for creating high-caliber images. Using the speed of 3G technology, these images and videos can be quickly shared with friends around the world, while the TV-out jack allows them to be instantly viewed on any television with standard RCA inputs. The TV-out feature can also be used to allow an entire group of people to simultaneously enjoy the fun of video calling. The Nokia 6500 slide has a micro USB connector to connect to a PC and you can also charge the handset via this connection. With support for Bluetooth 2.0 you can also listen to your favourite tunes wirelessly with a compatible Bluetooth headset. There may only be 20MB of memory on board, but Nokia supplies the phone with a 256MB microSD card that sits in a slot under the stainless steel battery cover. The slot can actually accept cards of up to 4GB in size and you'll certainly want to add some extra storage space to take advantage of the phone's music player. Although the music player and camera are good, the most surprising feature of all on this handset is perhaps its TV output. In the box you'll find an AV lead that connects to the headphone socket at the top of the phone. Hook it up to your TV and the phone's display will be mirrored on your telly. You can then use your TV to view photos and videos or to listen to music. It's a cutting edge feature and works surprisingly well. The phone's battery life is also good as you can get around six hours of talk time from it and the reception and call quality are also very impressive.

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