Excerpt: Very often there are situations when a decent, smart phone’s appearance is as important as the availability of tone customized tie. Nokia 6500 corresponds to all the above characteristics. Nokia 6500 Classic is definitely a leader of the business segment of mobile phones, and it looks advantageous in any situation. Nokia 6500 Classic took the vacant place in the number of business models from Nokia. This is a slim and sleek functional mono block.
Excerpt: Nokia 6500 classic is the living proof that the Finnish giant manufacturer sacked its old design team or at least refreshed it with new members. I got used with Nokia's new handsets that are full of good features, but lack a modern design. Lately, the company has changed its policy and mobile phones like Nokia 5310 XpressMusic and Nokia 6500 classic have brought a breeze of fresh air.
Pros: Nokia 6500 classic excels through its marvelous design and small sizes. This is a nearly perfect S40 5th Edition handset that will probably have a sequel pretty soon., Unfortunately, there's nothing more to add to the positive aspects, as the features of the phone and below average performance in various tests make it just a simply mid-level device.
Cons: Before getting a Nokia 6500 classic, you should ask yourself what you truly expect from this device. If you are one of the people that prefer looks over functionality, then go ahead and buy the Nokia 6500 classic. Otherwise, you can get much better mobile phones for half the price of this handset. I believe it's a matter of taste. Nokia 6500 classic is not the worst phone on the market, but surely is not the best. The bad camera, the heating problem, low benchmark res...
Summary: The 6500 Classic has a fine reception, and is a very pleasant phone to
use.The battery life is pretty good and the target for this mobile are
people that need a normal phone for daily use.The price of the phone is
around 320-350 Euro.
Summary: Just a week after we got the Nokia 6500 Slide in our hands, the Classic version arrived bearing an elegant twist. Materials and build feels the same, the only difference being the weight and the size. The first slim phone from Nokia, the 6300, was popular among the masses, giving Nokia the confidence to push out another from the same mould.
Pros: Has a scanner unit, Print quality is good for a portable printer, Portable and has a battery pack, Well-built
Cons: Manual feeding of originals for scan/copy, Limited connectivity options, No Wi-Fi and mobile print functions, Pricey
Excerpt: The story of this model is very remarkable and has much to do with how the company’s vision of its product line-ups development changed over time and what expectations the company had for its future phones. By summer 2005, over at Nokia they had grown unhappy with the way their product design had been going, and this resulted in Frank Nuovo resignation.