Excerpt: Nokia 6600 launched in April last year received a facelift, even though the handset is no older than one year. The new device is called Nokia 6600i slide and features just about the same technical specifications, as well as design.
Excerpt: The 6600 Slide is a stunner; it's smooth and rounded edges will attract many admirers, and it boasts an impressive display. This is one of the sexiest slider phones we've seen in a while. What we like The 6600 Slide is impossible to ignore.
Summary: The 6600 Slide's 64-tone ring tones sounded pretty loud in most environments, although since its only loudspeaker is mounted on the back, you will probably miss a call or two if you decide to keep the phone in your jeans' pocket. The vibro alert, on the contrary, is nothing to complain about.
Conclusion: The built-in 3.2-megapixel camera captures high-quality photos and videos that can be shared with others via Internet services or multimedia message - directly from the photo menu. The large 2.2-inch QVGA display offers 16 million colors.
Excerpt: There's so much fuss made over super-new, giant smartphones. But many mere mortals don't know what their features actually do, let alone how to use them. Whilesome techies use phones to run their life and entertain them (oh, and occasionally make phone calls, too), many people still want a normal...
Conclusion: The Nokia 6600 slide is an incredibly basic and simple phone to use, however it still manages to pack 3G and a 3.2-megapixel camera into the mix. The battery life is also really impressive, unlike some of the latest smartphones, you'll easily get through several days on a single charge.
Pros: Small, easy to use, long battery life, 3G
Cons: Lacks any features of a high-end phone, just lets you make phone calls
Conclusion: Like the 6600 Fold, the Slide is a stylish handset that doesn't necessarily offer a wealth of features but does the basics well. At the end of the day the choice will depend on what form factor you prefer.
Pros: Design, build quality, 3G-capable, included microSD card
Cons: Fingerprint magnet, Series 40 interface a little slow, bottom row of keypad close to edge, microSD card location