The Nokia 6600i, which first showed up a few weeks ago, has made a grand entry into the Indian market. Nokia is pushing the 6600i, a series 40 handset, as the slimmest 5-megapixel sliderphone you can buy today.
The phone has decent imaging abilities and sports an attractive design that should appeal to most. On the features front, apart from the 5 megapixel camera, it has 8x zoom (digital of course), dual LED flash and auto focus.
Series 40 device
Being a Series 40 device, the phone supports installation of Java applications. There is an XHTML browser too that takes care of your basic browsing needs. You can always install Opera Mini if you wish to have a 'better' browsing experience.
It also comes preloaded with Nokia maps, FM radio, a stereo headset and a music player which supports MP3, AAC, AAC+ and WMA. For storage purposes, it comes with a decent 1GB of storage capacity with the supplied microSD card. Those who need more can always upgrade to 16GB.
The phone will be available this very month in black and silver. The price has not been revealed as yet.