General 2G Network GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900
GSM 850 / 1800 / 1900 – US version
Announced 2006, November
Status Available. Released 2007, Januar
Size Dimensions 106.4 x 43.6 x 11.7 mm, 56 cc
Weight 91 g
Display Type TFT, 16M colors
Size 240 x 320 pixels, 31 x 41 mm
– Downloadable wallpapers, screensavers
Ringtones Type Polyphonic (64 channels), MP3
Customization Download, order now
Vibration Yes
Memory Phonebook 1000 entries, Photocall
Call records 20 dialed, 20 received, 20 missed calls
Card slot microSD (TransFlash)
– 7.8 MB of user memory
Data GPRS Class 10 (4+1/3+2 slots), 32 – 48 kbps
EDGE Class 10, 236.8 kbps
3G No
Bluetooth Yes, v2.0
Infrared port No
USB Yes, miniUSB
Features Messaging SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging
Browser WAP 2.0/xHTML
Games Yes + Downloadable, order now
Colors Silver, Black, Red-Silver, White-Silver
Camera 2 MP, 1600×1200 pixels, video(QCIF)
– Java MIDP 2.0
– FM stereo radio
– Push to talk
– MP3/MP4/AAC/AAC+/eAAC+ player
– Voice memo
– Voice command
– T9
– Calendar
– Calculator
– Built-in handsfree
Battery Standard battery, Li-Ion 860 mAh (BL-4C)
Stand-by Up to 348 h
Talk time Up to 3 h 30 min

I see lots of mobile phones but it isn’t often that I come across one which not only looks great but manages to deliver too. In fact I was a bit sad to let Nokia’s 6300 go.
Why is this? The 6300 isn’t the cleverest mobile on the block: there are plenty of other phones with higher specifications. It’s not even a 3G handset, just Tri-band GSM with GPRS, so any data related tasks are relatively slow to accomplish. But it is extremely well designed, very small and comfortable to use, and has little by way of brash showiness about it. Even the blue lights on the left and right edges of the casing which flash when an SMS arrives feel muted and useful rather than simply being bling.
The network operators seem to agree with me. You can get the 6300 from free on contracts from O2, T-Mobile, Vodafone and Orange – the latter of which supplied my review sample.

The immediate appeal of the Nokia 6300, is the slim candybar build and solid design. At just 91g it is as close to a featherweight as you’ll get for a phone with so much metal in its casing. A good proportion of the front fascia and the back battery cover are made of cold silver metal. The front buttons are silver plastic, while the upper third of the back of the casing, screen surround and shortcut buttons are black plastic, the latter punctuated by a silver navigation key. The colour scheme and use of metal lend an air of sophistication to what is essentially a low cost, mid range handset.
In size terms the Nokia 6300 gives Sony Ericsson’s W880i a run for its money. It is 106.4 mm tall, 43.6 mm wide and 11.7 mm thick. That doesn’t quite match the W800i’s ‘Size Zero’ 103 x 47 x 9.4mm but it gets close enough for me, and very importantly, this phone beats the W880i hands down on the all important factor of usability.
The 6300’s main keys are sizeable and clearly marked, making fast texting unproblematic. The Nokia selection keys and Call and End keys are well spaced, and the navigation pad and its central select button are large.  The loser here is the display which is slightly smaller than I’d like. It measures two inches corner to corner, but even this is bigger than the W800i’s display. The screen shows 240 x 320 pixels, and 16.7 million colours, and because of its smallish size it is very sharp. On a rather fluffy note, the default ‘dandelion’ wallpaper is pretty – and you don’t find me saying things are pretty too often! Of course you can change it to whatever you like.
The provided headset uses a 2.5mm jack rather than a 3.5mm one. This is Nokia’s biggest failing as far as user ergonomics go. Sound quality from the provided headset is just OK and its in-ear buds won’t suit everyone. A 2.5mm to 3.5mm converter is far too unwieldy to contemplate, so stereo Bluetooth headphones may be an attractive option. But you are stuck with the provided headset if you want to use the built in FM radio, as the headset houses the antenna.  


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Since last year 2006, the Sony Ericsson w810i has been one of the best selling mobile phone in pay as you go and contract deals. This phone is in high demands even until now. Music lovers still go after this phone for having a simple yet sleek design and having the best audio a mobile can deliver.

The phone is designed for the satisfaction of music loving users. The phone has a wonderful music player able to play acc and mp3 types. The phone has decent 512mb which can be upgraded into 1gb to store hundred songs and more. More music can be heard from its FM radio, having the MegaBass feature, this phone offers excellent music experience.

Since this phone was released last year, it naturally has no 3G technology. Still, the w810i mobile phone has best connectivity having Bluetooth, USB Support, GPRS, EDGE and even InfraRed for full compatibility.

Like most of today’s mobile phones, the Sony Ericsson w810i has 2mp camera with 4x digital zoom and photo light. This phone even has picture editing and picture effects to boost. The user interface is easy and smooth to look at. Coupled with great compatibility in Java technology and 3d, this phone can smoothly run your downloaded games. This phone has been a favorite to teens and adults alike. Having to stay at the top even up to now, is definitely a great buy. Available online with best Sony Ericsson W810i contract deals, also in cheap monthly Sony Ericsson W810i offers. Buy the best mobile phone cashback deals and get the most of this bes selling mobile phone.


Reliance Communications and  HDFC Bank have come together to introduce the virtual mobile credit card service for the first time in India. Under this facility a Reliance Cellular phone will also function as a credit card and the mobile number will work as a credit card number.

The facility will also have a transaction passcode just like Credit card and in case of  theft of mobile phone there will be zero financial liability on the user.

The technology introduced a couple of years ago, in the world markets, has done very well in eastern countries like Philippines, Japan and South Korea.

According to Mr. Mahesh Prasad, president of the content group, solutions and applications at Reliance Communications, this facility has the potential to become too popular with the customers. It is not only a convenient payment option but also removes with the risks of carrying credit cards and disclosing the details at the cash counter.

“Initially, the service would allow card and mobile holders to make payments to limited merchant partners like Adlabs, Yatra and Billdesk, with the list to be expanded to other major partners following the roll out,” Mr. Prasad said.

HDFC Bank’s country head for IT, CN Ram said that this new facility will be an alternative payment option for their customers who feel easy to reveal their credit card details online.

He further added that there  is no exclusive contract with Reliance Communications and in future they will be looking for tie ups with other mobile companies for similar services.

The Motorola India has launched a new mobile handset in Indian market that promises all mobile phone basics with a fantastic music experience. The mobile music phone MotoYuva W230 is especially developed for Indian consumers and priced at a best buy price of Rs 3,050.

The mobile is available at all MotoStoreand offers onboard MP3 player, stereo FM radio with up to 2GB expandable memory.

With this mobile users can save up to 500 MP3 songs.
As the name suggest the phone is to cater the needs of youngster with music player and audio enhancing technologies with a long battery life as said in company statement. Enabled with MP3 portability user can easily transfer MP3 audio files from PC or laptop.
The device is also enabled with ability to synchronize Windows Media Player version 11 and above.
Fun Features:
Audio – MP3
Display – 128 X 128 65K with vibrant colours
FM radio – FM radio with RDS and stereo support (RDS is a region dependent feature)
Alarm clock – User can easily personalised through FM radio recording
Messaging: Users can easily create and send messages with an enhanced messaging interface. It supports up to 500 SMS storage to the phone. One can also share FM stations with others via SMS.
Technical Specification: The phone weighing just 83 gm comes with an inbuilt 256 MB memory card but can be extended up to 2GB external memory with optional removable microSD card. Battery life portrays a 550 minutes talk time and 450 hours standby time.
As far as storage capacity is concerned the inbuilt memory supports a phone book memory of up to 500 names and 500 SMS.
Connectivity: With T-Flash and USB 1.1 users can easily share music.
Other Features: Among other basics lifestyle features the phone is enabled with GPRS, calendar – monthly & weekly view with event reminder, currency converter, calculator and stop watch.
However, the phone is completely made keeping in mind the music and sound features and can be considered as the best one for all young music lovers with this price tag.