The Nokia 6720 Classic mobile phone is a Symbian S60 smartphone with GPS, a 5 megapixel camera and 3.5G support. The 6720 curves slightly to fit the speaker's face better, and it also features automatic noise cancellation to help remove background noise. You can buy the Nokia 6720m SIM Free for use with any GSM or 3G network.
- ARM 11 600 MHz processor
- Symbian OS, S60 rel. 3.2
- Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support
- Tri-band 3G with 10Mbps HSDPA and 2Mbps HSUPA
- 2.2" 16M-color QVGA display
- 5 megapixel camera, autofocus and LED flash, Carl Zeiss optics
- Nice image quality
- VGA video recording at 15fps
- Built-in GPS receiver
- Free lifetime global pedestrian navigation
- Built-in accelerometer sensor
- Turn-to-mute and turn-to-snooze
- Stereo FM radio with RDS
- Bluetooth (with A2DP), TV-out, 3.5mm audio jack
- microSD card slot (16 GB supported, 1GB included)
- Ovi Maps and Ovi Share
- N-gage support
- Steel battery cover
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About the Nokia 6720 Classic SIM Free Mobile Phone
The candybar style device weighs in at a very comfortable 110g. As is common on almost every Nokia device on the market, the handset has a QVGA TFT screen, supporting up to 16 million colours, measuring 2.2 inches point to point. The keypad is well spaced, with each key clearly defined, if a little flat. This shouldn't offer too much of a problem in usage, although the rounded curves at the bottom mean the star and hash keys are smaller than the others. Above the alphanumeric keys we see the familiar Nokia layout, with defined send/end keys, situated underneath two soft option keys for selecting various menu items.Internal memory capacity on the device is 50MB.
The imaging on the device is dealt with by the 5.0 megapixel camera, which has autofocus, and an LED flash. The camera is equipped with a Carl Zeiss lens, normally reserved for the more media focussed Nseries devices. Video recording is enabled, with frame rates of up to 15 fps available. This is pretty standard for a non media device, and it is about time that Nokia started looking at adding further enhancements to their cameras, such as face detection, image stabilisation, etc.
The 6720 Classic is well featured with a host of data connection options, although the lack of WiFi is a surprising omission. HSDPA Tri band connectivity, along with support for HSUPA high speed uploads goes someway to compensating for this. The device also supports Bluetooth 2.0, other features of note on the handset include a built in GPS receiver, with added aGPS support, and the inclusion of Nokia Maps 3.0 out of the box. There is also a built in FM radio on the device, plus a TV Out option, so you can plug your device into a TV and view content on the larger screen.
Overall the Nokia 6720 Classic offers a high range of features, much more than you would expect from the marketing position of the handset. It seems this device is one of those that will sell in good numbers