Today Nokia announced their latest smartphone handset, running as usually on the S60 OS. Providing decent mid-range functionality, the Nokia 6730 classic will be an exclusive offering for Vodafone customers around the world.
The most notable features of the Nokia 6730 classic are its Symbian S60 3rd edition UI and the built-in GPS with A-GPS support. There is also a 3.2 megapixel autofocus snapper onboard as well as FM radio, Bluetooth and USB. A microSD card slot takes care of extending the 48 MB of internal memory.
The quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE Nokia 6730 classic comes with a 2.2" 16M color display of QVGA resolution. The high-speed network connectivity is also taken care of with dual-band UMTS with both HSDPA and HSUPA support onboard. Unfrotunately, Wi-Fi is not available.
Nokia 6730 will start shipping across Vodafone world-wide starting from June. Its retail price however is yet to be disclosed.
i like the this phone, its the best i have ever had.
I agree with the below. definately looks more like a 2.0" screen... but the phone does look stylish.. i wonder if that white is very durable though.. If this is less than $250, I would go for it. have to think twice at more than $279 though.
screen look very small for 2.2inch