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Nokia 2630

Nokia 2630

10 May 2007
Written by David Hall

The 2630 is the next handset in the wave of entry level models released by Nokia a few days ago. The handset has slightly more advanced features over many of the other models Ė such as support for e-mail messaging and the EDGE data protocol. One of the key features of the 2630 for me is its super thin profile Ė itís only 9.9mm thick (or should that be thin!).

The candy-bar 2630 weighs just 66grams and has a 65,536 colour TFT LCD at 128 x 160 pixels. It runs the Nokia Series 40 user interface, so it is going to be a very easy to use handset for beginners. The internal phone book can store up to 1000 contacts and supports contacts with multiple details such as extra phone numbers, address, and so forth.

A VGA digital camera can capture still images at 640 x 480 pixels, but itís not known if the camera will support video capture. The exact size of the internal memory was not released in the 2630ís press release, but hereís to hoping it will be around 10-11MB like the 2760 which has similar functionality.

SMS, MMS, and e-mail messaging are supported, and the 2630 has a built-in T9 predictive text dictionary for speedy messaging. GPRS Class 10 and EDGE Class 6 (downlink only) data protocols are included for packet data connections for things like sending MMS/e-mail messages, and browsing the mobile internet. The 2630 will come in a GSM 900/1800MHz version for the Asia-Pacific, and a GSM 850/1900MHz version for other regions.

Bluetooth wireless technology can be used to connect to an audio headset or a computer for file transfer and synchronization. Thereís also an FM stereo radio and support for MP3 ringing tones.

The 2630 will be available in the 3rd quarter of this year.

FYI .:. Nokia 2630
(ETA 3rd quarter of 2007)

Basic specifications
Network system 2G: GSM 900/1800MHz (Asia-Pacific & Europe)
2G: GSM 850/1900MHz (other regions)
Form factor Candybar
Size 105 x 45 x 9.9mm
Weight 66 grams
Display 65,536 colour TFT LCD @ 128 x 160 pixels
Battery type used Lithium-ion battery @ 700mAh^
Talk/usage time* Up to 360 minutes*
Standby time* Up to 320 hours*
Accompanying features
Connectivity options Bluetooth
Camera support VGA digital camera
Data support EDGE Class 6 (downlink only), GPRS Class 10
Exchangeable covers None
Internet applications Nokia Web Browser
  Internal -
  External -
Messaging capabilities SMS, MMS (including Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging), and e-mail messaging with T9 predictive text
Ringing tones Polyphonic MIDI and MP3 ringing tones
Synchronisation with PC Yes, via PC suite
System for...
  Add-on applications -
  Gaming -
  Phone -
Java MIDP 2.0
Java MIDP 2.0
Nokia Series 40 interface
Extras supported
(not listed above)
Stereo FM radio
Integrated handsfree speakerphone

* As per manufacturer's specifications (with supplied battery)
^ Final specifications to be confirmed

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