If you liked the Nokia 6220 smartphone but wanted it to have have
a slide-out keypad then you might want to give Nokia’s new 6260 mobile
a look in.
Naturally being a smartphone it has to come with he almost mandatory
HSUPA and HSDPA for that essential mobile broadband experience. It
also has Nokia Maps as well as assisted-GPS (which does geo-tagging).
There is also an FM radio and an MP3 player.
It also comes witha a 5-megapixel camera complete with Carl Zeiss lens.
It also can share videos and photos via Nokia’s Ovi service. It also
has up to for hours of talk time.
Add to that a micro SD card slot (up to 8MB) and a price tag of Euro
299 (sim-free) and you have got something for all those that want a
decent phone but don’t want to show off (iPhone users you know who you