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“The Nokia 2650 mobile phone has a somewhat odd...”

Written on: 22/09/2005 by nfinland (1 review written)

Good Points
Cheap. Very cool design. Excellent battery.

Bad Points
No Bluetooth or infrared to download stuff from PC. No camera.

General Comments
The Nokia 2650 mobile phone has a somewhat odd clamshell construction. The phone may be opened for an angle of almost 180 degrees and unfolded. The phone looks like a beach chair. Not my kind of design, but maybe this makes the phone stand out from the crowd. The phones internal surface is made of rubber or soft plastic. According to Nokia, the 2652 "builds on the success of the award-winning Nokia 2650".


According to Nokia the battery works for 2500 hours in standby mode, and up to 3,5 hours the talk mode. Phone users report less than 150 hours of standby time, and 40 - 50 minutes of talk time. The truth should be something in between. Full charging takes 2 hours.


The keypad is standard, and has a white back-lighting. Flashing LED light alerts on the outside of the phone to announce incoming calls and messages. Useful - maybe, cool - for teenagers, yes! The only flaw is that the keypad gets really dirty over a period of time.


The 128 x 128-pixel, 4096 color TFT display is acceptable for a low-end model. An external display would be nice, and can be found on many other low-end phones.


Being a low-end phone, the 2650 comes with only basic Series 40 phone features such as calendar, calculator, alarm clock, countdown timer, and stopwatch. The 2650 has 3 games.

Phone book...

You can store up to 250 names in the phone book. You can enter up to 5 numbers for a name, which are primary, mobile, home, office, and fax. Other information that can be entered is E-mail address, web site URL, postal address, and a text note can be set as extra information to a number.


You can store up to 100 entries such as meeting, call, birthday, reminder and memo. A notification may be assigned to an entry. The to-do list allows you to create events with priorities high, normal and low.

Nokia have just released the Nokia 2652, Nokia News

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