Sir i need 6720 mobile hardy body because my mobile hardy is damage kindly tel me the way that i recieve that plz
Ongoing.. of course.
Using a 32 GB microSDHC card is somewhat problematic as the library on the music player becomes very slow, but a trip to Ovi Store solves the problem. Are currently using PowerMP3 and the speed of the library are again fast. Suprised that the sound with another MP3-player are much better, only downside is that it's picking up interference from the antenna when I'm near a base station, but turning off the antenna solves that problem and in fact the sound quality improves as the noise-floor is lower -> more detailes. Have in fact ordered Sennheiser MX 980, as the Nokia are very capable to drive it well and the SQ are probably as good as most regular MP3 players, not counting those from HiFiMAN. Seem as I'm going to hold on to this phone for some time, as current Nokia's have a weaker amp.
Correction on my last post:
The DAC is TLV320DAC and the headphone amplifier is TPA6130 (delivers up to 138 mW), but this is just a guess based on schematics over other Nokia models. I see no point that this phone use a different amplifier than for example 5630 XpressMusic, after the last firmware the sound has gotten better and a pair of decent earbuds like Sennheiser MX 880 is not a waste of your hard earned cash.
This phone also takes 32 GB microSDHC card according to the compatbility list for Nokia MU-45.
The TLV320AIC33 chip has an output of 40mW (16 ohm), but looses it's juice on a hard driven headphone like AKG K-301 (100 ohm, 94 dB). I was quite happy hearing how well it drove AKG K 317 (32 ohm, 129 dB), but I suspected I had underestimated the SQ choosing a low-fi earbud. So I had to test a mid-fi IEM, seeing Head-Direct RE2 (32 Ohm, 103 dB) going for only $29 I had to see if my suspicion was correct.
The sound now is very good after adjusting the EQ 52 Hz down two notch, so don't underestimate the SQ of this phone like me, this is indeed a wolf in sheep's clothing. When I'm trying to analyze the difference between AKG and Head-Direct I constantly switch of that part of the brain and just enjoy the music, it's scaring... I'm happy.
I wonder if my mobile phone market went nutz:
N79 costs $100 more
6220 classic (the older model) costs $20 MORE O.o
On average in internet shops.
Thanks for the review. Just what I want - mp3 player replacement, nice camera (for stills).
I was thinking of waiting for the next N-series "candybar" phone to see if they use this platform + video booster, able to record 30fps VGA videos or finally use bigger or higher resolution screen or something but I guess I'll skip.
$280 is a very good price. And my bday is coming :)
what's the cost of this cell phone Nokia 6720....
I liked all the specification and features of this cell phone...
i currently have the 6233 and by far that has the best stereo music quality, though it's really annoying because you cant fast forward the damn video player.. such a drag when yer watching pyorns and you wanna get to the good stuff straight ahead @_@
anyways, my money's on the 5630mx for the moment ^_^
Had my eye on this phone since it was first revealed in February. Currently got a 3yo Nokia 6233 and this seems the perfect upgrade, and good to see a decent sized keypad again which is something that has put me off other phones if keypad too small.
Good for calls, pics and texting, that's just what I need. Thanks for the review, first one I've seen.
Did anyone tried how long the phone can work as a GPS after fully charged?
This phone has outstanding clarity in telephony at both ends. The noise cancellation is superb. Exceptional audio and great clear and loud stereo speakers. The camera and music player are excellent. Its processor is so snappy. I like its 600Mhz processor! zoom zoom zoom! This phone puts all Nokia Classic into retirement forever.
Herman S, 11 Aug 2009Is Nokia phone so easy for transfer music from PC or not, Sony Ericsson phone so easy just two... moreyes, no need to install your sync to put music to your nok phone.. just plug it to the pc and ready to transfer music.
Is Nokia phone so easy for transfer music from PC or not, Sony Ericsson phone so easy just two click paste and copy and i got music for my phone, no need install something to PC, i need information especially Nokia Symbian phone.
Fakuryu, 06 Aug 2009Looks like another technology copied from Motorola. BTW it is called CrystalTalk.So all phones with a camera copied the first cameraphone?
i'm not sure if i'll buy a drumset or this phone.. cellphone is always my obsession but drumming makes up to me.. geez.. can't decide very well..