Nokia 6600 fold review

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Nokia 6600 fold review: Flip and the city
Smoking hot body, brilliant looks, user-friendly interface and almost no value for money, but still packing quite a punch - Nokia 6600 fold is exactly the kind of meal to order from an unpriced menu. The OLED screen, the cool magnetic flip and the mirror front panel just make it all the sweeter and kind of make sure it feels more at home in designer handbags than pockets. Now, that's where we come in with a little bit of good sense chicks will ignore anyway. And who knows, they may be right in the end.
Key features

* Cute design
* Compact body
* 2.13" 16M-color OLED display of QVGA resolution
* Secondary external 1.36" hidden OLED display (128 x 160 pixels)
* Series 40 5th edition UI with Feature Pack 1
* Cool push-to-open flip mechanism
* Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE and dual-band UMTS support
* Tap-for-time and tap-to-mute
* 2 megapixel fixed focus camera
* Status LED
* microSD card slot
* Stereo FM radio
* Nokia Maps for S40 application

Main disadvantages

* Steep price for the features offered
* Unimpressive camera performance
* Non hot-swappable memory card
* Fingerprint-magnet front
* The large magnetic contacts spoil the internal looks
* No smart dialing
* No multi-tasking
* No office document viewer