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Nokia 6500 Classic / Sim Free / Unlocked Mobile Phone / Black

Released on 16 October 2007

Manufacturer: Nokia

4.0 out of 5 (12 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Sold by: PERFECTBETHELECTRONICS5 | visit our store

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Comment: Shipping Outside of UK via DHL, EMS etc- Please allow between 7-14 days for delivery", Unlocked to all network. Not sealed as we need to make sure everything is ok

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Comment: Brand New Nokia 6500 classic unlocked the handset comes in original box with Mains charger, Battery, Hands free, User Guide, Software CD and USB Cable The handset was originally on Orange and has been unlocked so will work on any network including 3. The box has only been opened to check contents and for quality control. The manufacture stickers are still on the back cover and camera lens. The handset will be dispatched via Royal Mail next day special delivery. If you have any questions please feel free to ask.

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£139.99

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Comment: Delivery 5-7 working days. Stock subject to availability. Nokia 6500 Sim Free Mobile Phone - Black Classic

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The fusion of form and function. Capture moments beautifully with the 2 megapixel camera. Enjoy your images on the large screen. Keep your favourite tracks close at hand with music player.

Experience Design Perfection
The seductive feel of smooth aluminium - the pleasure of a perfectly balanced and delightfully compact form.

Stay Entertained
Enjoy fast downloads and web browsing with 3G mobile braodband. Store all your music, images and movies with 1GB of intergrated memory.

Enjoy Every Second
Capture moments beautifully with the 2 megapixel camera. Enjoy your images on the large screen. Keep your favourite tracks close at hand with the music player.
  • Camera: 2 MP, 1600x1200 pixels, video(QCIF), flash
  • Display Type: TFT, 16M colors
  • Display Size: 240 x 320 pixels, 2 inches
  • MP3/AAC/AAC+ player
  • Ringtones Type: Polyphonic (64 channels), MP3
  • 3G: 384 kbps
  • GPRS: Class 32, 53.6 kbps
  • EDGE: Class 32, 296 / 177.6 kbits
  • HSCSD
  • Browser: WAP 2.0/xHTML
  • Bluetooth: v2.0 with A2DP
  • USB: microUSB
  • Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
  • Vibration Alert
  • Built-in handsfree
  • Memory: 1 GB internal user memory
  • Weight: 94 g
  • Dimensions: 109.8 x 45 x 9.5 mm, 47 cc
  • Battery Stand-by: Up to 300 h
  • Talk time: Up to 5 h 30 min
  • Seamless case of anodized aluminum
  • Java MIDP 2.0
  • T9
  • Calendar
  • Calculator

customer Reviews

 Average rating (12 reviews)

 Amazing

| | See all SuperFez's reviews (1)

I bought this phone on contract and i must say it is amazing. it is really easy to use and very user friendly. its got a 1gb internal memory, which is great. ive got 250 songs and plenty of images and videos on my fone already. the camera is onli 2 megapixel but in the daylight you wouldnt be able to tell the difference between this one and the 3.2 megapixel on the slide version, its just at night time its not great but it does have a flash. Overall i advise this to be the best fne on the market at the moment. and definately better than the slidey counterpart.

 Not just a pretty face

| | See all Dantx2's reviews (7)

I've always had Nokia phones, aside from the last time I renewed my contract when I attempted to try something else. I chose a Samsung D900, and it was so bad I rang Vodafone that evening to have it replaced.. I tried playing with a lot of others in the shops too and then realised that what people kept telling me was right, and the only phones with user interfaces that aren't just dismal are Nokia and SE. They've both had it cracked for ages, and the others appear to be going backwards! Anyway, obviously I wasn't going to subject myself to any product witth Sony's over priced name on it, so Nokia it was!

This 6500 is great, the menus are evolved versions of how Nokia have always done it - just adding more and more features . A real case of "If it ain't broke, don't fix it". It has all the features any normal person would ever need, as well as a load they'd never use. If you're a bit of a geek, and prefer your phones to be more like a PDA/Mini PC/big rock - then this will probably dissappoint as itt doesn't have a touch screen and nor can you install software on it to make it sound like a light saber when you swing it around. Crying shame that...

For the other reviewer who had problems with being able to hear the person he was talking to, perhaps the volume needed turning up? I left mine on the default setting, around 50 or 60% if i remember rightl, as it came from the factory as that was plenty loud enough for me. It does all the normal things, texts, phonebook, calendar, alam etc all perfectly as you'd expect. Also, a particular favourite feature of mine is the ability to customise like, everything on the phone, as you can really get it exactly how you like. There is a camera too, 2.0mp or something, it's alright, just like any other phone camera really - good enough to take a drunken photo of your mate wearing a road cone, but as with any mobile phone, it's not exactly good. If you want a camera, then buy one, don't buy a phone. You can sleep in a bath, but you wouldn't buy one instead of a bed would you?`

Anyway, no ccomplaints at all. It's very like th 6300 thhat's been dieting, as it's a bit smaller in every way. The black version is by far the best looking one, with the metal section helping it manage to look very classy and contemporary. It feels very solid and well made, despite being very light and thin. Once you've dropped it into your pocket, you can't tell it's there unlike some of the smart phones that make you need to tighten your belt and hang onto your trousers to save the embarassing moment when you collect the fish & chips for yourself an some mates, you pick them all up, and bang, one step later your trousers have hit the floor. You attempt to try and lean down to get them but it's not happening, so, you just shuffle out of the door, desperately trying to get out of the sight of all the those people, as the queue is typically extra large on that day. So, as you put the chips on your car bonnet, and pull your trousers up before the police that were parked near by - again, typically - all you can think about is why did you get such a heavy smart phone, especially considering you've never used any of the features.

 excellent phone

| | See all theocat's reviews (1)

I have had my new nokia 6500 for a few days now after upgrading from a 6280 which completely died a death on me. i love this phone its so easy to use. the ring tones are a vast improvement.if like me you like a simple ring ring tone its got it. its the best phone nokia have come up with so far and would def recommend anyone to buy or upgrade to. well done nokia its pure pleasure to use.slim and sleek. 10/10

 I love this phone

| | See all Chiely's reviews (5)

I bought this phone a month ago and I'm still in love with it.
What I found strange is that on the back, close to the camera, there is the speaker (?) that works like a magnete. I left the phone on my desk in the office and a couple of paperclips just stack on it. Is it normal? o_O

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