Nokia rolls out the 6500 Classic 3G mobile phone with 2-megapixel camera
The Nokia 6500 Classic and Slide mobile phones have finally launched in the UK, after hearing about them more than three months ago. Gotta love internet rumours.
Pictured, the 6500 Classic has been created using anodized aluminium and each phone is individually diamond-polished apparently, so every user will have a ‘unique’ model. Unique in the sense that you’ll have different designer scratches on it! Measuring 9.5mm long, it comes with 3G wireless internet connectivity, a massive 1GB of internal memory for storing photos taken using the camera’s 2-megapixel camera with the dual LED flash, otherwise you can store tunes in the MP3, AAC or eAAC+ formats accepted in the integrated music player.
SIM free, it’ll be available on the Nokia Online Shop, November onwards, for £249.
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