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Nokia 7600 review


Review Date: 16 Aug 2004

Price when reviewed: (inc VAT)

Overall Rating
5 stars out of 6

Looking like an avante garde lemon and with an unusual key layout, the 7600 won't appeal to everyone. Its stylised menus match its fascia, but navigation turns out to be quite intuitive after a surprisingly short time. Interesting features include an MP3 player (though 30MB memory limits its appeal), MP3 ringtones and it can be used for 3G video downloading, but you can't videoconference with it.

Bluetooth capabilities impressed us: sending and receiving files with other phones was simplicity itself. Using a standard PC dongle, only PIM synchronisation is missing. However, you can do this with Nokia's PC suite, which caters for every phone function you have. Annoyingly it appears as many small applications, unlike the tightly integrated Motorola application. Nonetheless, if you like the 7600's looks, you'll like its functionality.

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