In the crowed of 'flip-open' mobile phones, one specimen that has generated quite an uproar of late, is the one that carries with it two tags. One of uncanny simplicity and other of being a representative of Nokia, the leader of the mobile hob-nob. The point of discussion here is Nokia 6085.
It is a simple yet sophisticated mobile phone, designed to meet the demands of an executive as well as of a simpleton. Be it the little blue LED on the front fascia or the uncluttered set of well sculpted, ergonomic keys; the word simplicity stays as middle name with Nokia 6085.
Flip up and come face-to-face with bright CSTN display screen offering resolution of 128 x 160 pixels and within a dimension of 28 x 35 mm sporting 256K colours. Enter into the feature list that boasts of GPRS, EDGE and USB version 1.1. Add to this, there is WAP 2.0/xHTML browser, making it complete to meet any faster internet and data transfer necessities.
And with all these, the phone also sports a VGA, 640x480 pixels supporting camera that records video too. While the interface is made interesting by presence of JAVA MIDP 2.0, there is a media player that supports files of MP3/MP4/AAC/AAC+/eAAC+/WMA formats. Then there is a FM radio, Bluetooth with A2DP and microSD memory expansion slot in addition to 4MB of inbuilt memory. In spite of its feature packed persona, the phone comes in 23 mm of size with weight being a mere 84 gm.
Now, when once you are excited to see all these marvelous features all in one entity, very understandably you start to wonder about the price and availability of Nokia 6085 phone. However, to help all to avail this superior creation, major mobile retailers are on ready offer of this phone with several attractive monthly rental and contract phone deals. How does one wait, when everything is for grab? I don't know? What do you say?