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Based on Symbian 6

Symbian 6.1 is the OS that the first Series 60 devices were based upon. Series 60 devices are often broken into different classes of device, based upon the version of Symbian they are using. It is important to make the distinction between the UI (Series 60), and the OS (Symbian).


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Nokia 3650/3600

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  • Symbian OS v6.1
  • User Interface: Series 60 Platform

The Nokia 3650 imaging phone is a tri-band device available for the Europe, Africa, Asia, Americas, and Pacific markets. This device features a distinctive rotary keypad and an integrated camera for capturing still images and video clips. The device also offers e-mail functions, Bluetooth connectivity, and memory expansion (via an optional MultiMediaCard).

Specifications

  • Operating Frequency: 900 / 1800 / 1900(3650) or 850/1900(3600)
  • Enabling Technologies: XHTML, MMS, Java MIDP 1.0, Symbian OS v6.1
  • Dimensions: 130h x 57w x 26d (mm)
  • Weight: 130 g


Display

  • Display Area: 176 x 208
  • pixels, 35 x 41.5 mm
  • Color Depth: 4,096 colors, 12-bit

Keypad

  • Circular key mat
  • 2 labeled soft keys
  • 5-way scroll key

Camera

  • Resolution: 640 x 480 pixels (VGA)

Memory

  • Internal: 3.4 MB
  • External MMC: supported

Video

  • 3GPP video cips
  • RealOne Player

Browsing

  • WAP version: 1.2.1
  • XHTML: supported

Messaging

  • MMS: supported
  • E-mail: SMTP, IMAP4, POP3

Java APIs

  • CLDC 1.0
  • MIDP 1.0
  • Nokia UI API
  • Wireless Messaging API (JSR- 120)
  • Mobile Media API (JSR- 135)

Music

  • MIDI tones (poly 24)
  • AMR audio format clips
  • Wav audio format

Digital Rights Management

  • OMA DRM 1.0 (forward-lock)

Extra Features

  • Bluetooth, infrared, loudspeaker., SyncML


Source(s): Nokia 3650/3600


Nokia 3620/3660

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  • Symbian OS v6.1
  • User Interface: Series 60 Platform

The Nokia 3660 imaging phone is a tri-band device available for the Europe, Africa, Asia, Americas, and Pacific markets. The Nokia 3660 has a traditional grid keypad instead of the distinctive circular keypad of the Nokia 3650 phone. This device offers an integrated camera for capturing still images and video clips. It also offers e-mail functions, Bluetooth connectivity, and memory expansion (via an optional MultiMediaCard).

Specifications

  • 3660: GSM/GPRS 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz networks
  • 3620: GSM/GPRS 850 / 1900 MHz networks
  • Enabling Technologies: XHTML, MMS, Java MIDP 1.0, Symbian OS v6.1
  • Dimensions: 130h x 57w x 26d (mm)
  • Weight: 130 g

Display

  • Display Area: 176 x 208
  • pixels, 35 x 41.5 mm
  • Color Depth: 65,536 colors, 16-bit

Keypad

  • Grid key mat
  • 2 labeled soft keys
  • 5-way scroll key

Camera

  • Resolution: 640 x 480 pixels (VGA)

Memory

  • Internal: 3.4 MB
  • External MMC: supported

Video

  • 3GPP video cips
  • RealOne Player

Browsing

  • WAP version: 1.2.1
  • XHTML: supported

Messaging

  • MMS: supported
  • E-mail: SMTP, IMAP4, POP3

Java APIs

  • CLDC 1.0
  • MIDP 1.0
  • Nokia UI API
  • Wireless Messaging (JSR-120)
  • Mobile Media API (JSR-135)

Music

  • MIDI tones (poly 24)
  • AMR audio format clips
  • Wav audio format

Digital Rights Management

  • OMA DRM 1.0 (forward-lock)

Extra Features

  • Bluetooth, infrared, SyncML, loudspeaker


Source(s): Nokia 3620/3660


Nokia N-Gage (Original)

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  • Symbian OS v6.1
  • User Interface: Series 60 Platform

The Nokia N-GageTM mobile game deck is designed for the young, active consumer who appreciates mobile game play and digital music as well as communication. This tri-band (GSM/EGSM) device is available in the Europe, Africa, Asia-Pacific, and Americas markets. The mobile game deck lets users play together via wireless or Bluetooth connections, and offers advanced audio capabilities, including a stereo FM receiver and a digital music player with 64 MB of storage (on an optional MultiMediaCard).

Specifications

  • Operating Frequency: 900 / 1800 / 1900
  • Bands: EGSM 900, GSM 1800 / 1900
  • Enabling Technologies: XHTML, MMS, Java MIDP 1.0, Symbian OS v6.1
  • Dimensions: 134h x 70w x 20d (mm)
  • Weight: 135 g

Display

  • Display Area: 176 x 208
  • pixels, 35 x 41.5 mm
  • Color Depth: 4,096 colors, 12-bit

Keypad

  • Grid key mat
  • 2 labeled soft keys
  • 5-way scrolling (text)
  • 8-way scrolling (games)

Memory

  • Internal: 4 MB
  • External MMC: supported

Browsing

  • WAP version: 1.2.1
  • XHTML: supported

Video

  • 3GPP video cips

Messaging

  • MMS: supported
  • E-mail: SMTP, IMAP4, POP3

Java APIs

  • CLDC 1.0
  • MIDP 1.0
  • Nokia UI API
  • Wireless Messaging API (JSR- 120)
  • Mobile Media API (JSR- 135)

Music

  • MP3 / AAC music player
  • Stereo FM radio
  • MIDI tones (poly 24)
  • AMR audio format clips

Digital Rights Management

  • OMA DRM 1.0 (forward-lock)

Extra Features

  • Bluetooth, USB, loudspeaker


Source(s): Nokia N-Gage (Original)


Nokia N-Gage QD

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  • Symbian OS v6.1
  • User Interface: Series 60 Platform
  • Color display – 4096 colors and backlight (176 x 208 pixels)

N-Gage QD is the newest model of the N-Gage game deck and is targeted for social gamers. Small and powerful, it offers the best wireless connected gaming experience - and easily fits in your pocket! Unlike other portable gaming devices, N-Gage QD provides both local and network based gaming and is supported by the N-Gage Arena online community, gameplay, competitions, cheat codes, additional levels and more!

Specifications

  • Operating Frequency: 850 / 1900 or 900 / 1800
  • Enabling Technologies: XHTML, MMS, Java MIDP 1.0, Symbian OS v6.1
  • Dimensions: 118 x 68 x 22 (mm)
  • Weight: 143 g

Display

  • Display Area: 176 x 208 pixels, 35 x 41.5 mm
  • Color Depth: 4,096 colors, 12-bit

Keypad

  • Grid key mat
  • 2 labeled soft keys
  • 4-way scroll key

Memory

  • Internal: 3.4 MB
  • External MMC: supported

Video

  • 3GPP video clips
  • RealOne Player
  • H.263 support
  • MPEG4 support

Browsing

  • WAP version: 1.2.1
  • XHTML: supported

Messaging

  • MMS: supported with SMIL
  • E-mail: SMTP, IMAP4, POP3

Java APIs

  • CLDC 1.0
  • MIDP 1.0
  • Nokia UI API
  • Wireless Messaging API (JSR- 120)
  • Mobile Media API (JSR- 135)

Music

  • MIDI tones (poly 24)
  • AMR audio format clips
  • WAV support

Digital Rights Management

  • OMA DRM 1.0 (forward-lock)

Extra Features

  • Bluetooth, SyncML, IM, loudspeaker


Source(s): Nokia N-Gage QD


Nokia 7650

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  • The world's first 2.5G Symbian OS phone based on Symbian OS v6.1

The Nokia 7650 imaging phone is a dual-band device for the Europe, Africa, and Asia-Pacific regions. The integrated camera and MMS capabilities are supplemented by e-mail functions and Bluetooth connectivity.

Specifications

  • Operating Frequency: 900 / 1800
  • Enabling Technologies: MMS, Java MIDP 1.0, Symbian OS v6.1
  • Dimensions: 114h x 56w x 26d (mm)
  • Weight: 154 g

Display

  • Display Area: 176 x 208
  • pixels, 35 x 41.5 mm
  • Color Depth: 4,096 colors, 12-bit

Keypad

  • Grid key mat
  • 2 labeled soft keys
  • 5-way scroll key

Camera

  • Resolution: 640 x 480 pixels (VGA)

Memory

  • Internal: 4 MB

Browsing

  • WAP version: 1.2.1

Messaging

  • MMS: supported
  • E-mail: SMTP, IMAP4, POP3

Java APIs

  • CLDC 1.0
  • vMIDP 1.0
  • Nokia UI API

Music

  • MIDI tones (poly 24)
  • AMR audio format clips

Extra Features

  • Bluetooth, infrared, SyncML, loudspeaker

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Sendo X

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  • Symbian OS v6.1
  • User Interface: Series 60 Platform
  • Screen size: 176 x 220 pixels
  • Tri-band GSM and GPRS networks
  • TFT color display: 65K colors
  • Foldable pocketsize QWERTY keyboard
  • Optimized for messaging: picture taking and sending MMS, SMS and email
  • Integrated video and still camera with 4x digital zoom, integrated flash with automatic red-eye reduction
  • Video clip playback using RealOne player
  • Audio with bult-in MP3 player
  • Gaming downloadable installable Java and Series 60 games
  • Wide range of applications, over-the-air synchronization (SyncML) and connectivity features
  • Browsing: HTML, WAP, XHTML and security
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth® wireless technology, infrared and USB
  • Memory: 64 MB flash memory with 32 MB free to users
  • Open (Java J2ME MIDP CLDC)

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Siemens SX1

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  • Symbian OS v6.1
  • User Interface: Series 60 Platform

The Siemens SX1 smartphone combines a built-in camera with a distinctive keypad design. Features include video recording and display, Multimedia Message Service (MMS) messaging, and audio (MP3) playback. The Siemens SX1 also offers e-mail capabilities and memory expansion via a MultiMediaCard. This tri-band device is available for the Europe, Middle East, Africa, Southeast Asia, and Pacific regions.

Specifications

  • Operating Frequency: 900 / 1800 / 1900
  • Enabling Technologies: XHTML, MMS, Java MIDP 1.0, Symbian OS v6.1
  • Dimensions: 109h x 56w x 19d (mm)
  • Weight: 116 g

Display

  • Display Area: 176 x 220 pixels
  • Color Depth: 65,536 colors, 16-bit

Keypad

  • Radial keymat
  • 2 labeled soft keys
  • 5-way navigation key

Camera

  • Resolution: 640 x 480 pixels (VGA) and 160 x 120 pixels

Memory

  • Internal: 3.5 MB
  • External MMC: supported

Video

  • Recording function
  • Record in QCIF (176x144) format
  • RealOne Player

Browsing

  • WAP version: 2.0
  • XHTML: supported

Messaging

  • MMS: supported
  • E-mail: SMTP, IMAP4, POP3

Java APIs

  • CLDC 1.0
  • MIDP 1.0
  • Wireless Messaging API (JSR- 120)
  • Mobile Media API (JSR- 135)

Music

  • MP3 Player
  • WAV, AMR clips
  • Stereo FM radio
  • MIDI tones

Extra Features

  • Digital voice recorder, Bluetooth, USB, infrared, SyncML, loudspeaker

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