Nokia 6500 slide was announced together with its slim sibling Nokia 6500 classic, but is far more than just an attempt to diversify the supply beyond the traditional bar form factor. Both handsets drive on solid style, but the stainless steel slider takes media another step further with video call support, FM radio and TV out. Nokia 6500 slide is among the handful of Finnish feature phones to offer a 3.2 megapixel camera, while Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus and the dual LED flash do make it a class in its own.
It's more than logical to expect that both 6500 devices share a lot in terms of interface and basic functionality. And then, quite obviously, the slim 6500 classic just can't afford to accommodate as many goodies as its slider sibling. Much like the 3G-enabled Nokia 6500 classic, the quad-band Nokia 6500 slide also benefits from some of the latest communication technologies. Stay with us after the jump for more about what Nokia 6500 slide adds to the solid elegance that inspires the 6500 twosome.
I used the 6500 slide for 7 years. It served me well. Went through 3 batteries. I only found out today that it has FM radio and Tv out. I'll have to take it out of retirement to explore its futures
Nokia 6500 slide is a very good phone. No matter how much I would bother trying to find weaknesses, I can only say that the only thing missing is the Symbian operating system. It looks good, it moves well, you can do with it almost everything you wan...
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