A powerhouse of its time, the 6600 smartphone was the company's most advanced model to date, Sure it resembled a brick, but the 6600 had Bluetooth, the Symbian operating system, an infrared port, a VGA camera, a MultiMediaCard expansion slot, an integrated RealOne player, e-mail, and an XHTML browser.
The nearly identical 6620 was adapted for North American cellular networks, and the 6630 upgraded the feature set in a design with a rounded bottom end. In the riveting 2004 movie "Cellular," Kim Basinger's rescuer spoke to her on a 6600.
CNET review bottom line: The Nokia 6600 isn't the sexiest or the smallest cell phone we've seen, but it packs plenty of high-end features that will please smartphone addicts.
April 10, 2012 1:09 PM PDT
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