Nokia 6021

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Nokia 6021 Phone Information
Nokia 6021 Spec
Nokia 6021 Reviews



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Phone Information

The Nokia 6021 is great business phone, it has been desinged for ease of use.


The Nokia 6021 has been designed for connectivity - It has great reception, integrated hands free speaker with voice commands. It comes with GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth, infra-red and USB.

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Nokia 6021 Spec

Available:

Out Now

Network:

GSM Tri-band 900 / 1800 / 1900

Data:

GPRS

Screen:

128 x 128 pixels, 65,000 colours

Camera:

No

Size:

Medium and Compact
104 x 44 x 20mm / 88g

Memory:

Phonebook: 1000
Internal: 2.3Mb

Bluetooth:

Yes

Infra-red:

Yes

Polyphonic:

Yes

Software:

Java (J2ME): Yes, CDLC 1.1, MIDP 2.0
WAP: Yes Ver 2.0
Platform / OS: Proprietary - Series 40 user interface (UI)
Predictive Text Entry: T9
Browser: XHTML
PIM Application: Extensive calendar: Manage daily schedules, meetings and events
Other Application: SyncML

Battery life:

3 hours talk / 12 days standby

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Reviews


Review by: Kerola Sami From: Finland On: 8th April 2007
This phone is good if you don't need much more than talk and SMSes. I was inspired about Tom Limoncelli Time Management for System Administrators -book and thought I'll use my phone as PDA. In case you consider using this phone as a calendar & task container be aware that this phone just can't do the job.


Firstly the phone concatenates all calendars to single as an calendar. On my home mac there's my girl friends hobbies and work schedule that I'm interested of but I cannot import them to this without mixing them together with my own markups. That's bad thing because if I sync my phone with my computer at work exchange marks be as busy when my girl friend is having dance lesson.


Another huge problem is that after about 40 or 50 task memory area becomes full. When task list is full tasks that are done can be dropped from memory when syncing but I feel that the phone just throws dice which task it will import to undone list. Most likely some task of the day are not being imported and if you depend on beeps telling you to switch task you'll end up missing some of them.


Major annoyance with task is pressing button that yes I noticed that phone wanted me to see it and press button. If I don't press button next task alarm will not beep. Finally after some hours wondering hmm, the phone has been silent long time I'll remember to push check button and pending tasks will beep at ones.


Minor annoyance is that calendar & task synchronization cannot be done if phone is in any menu, like menu showing waiting task to be checked.


Summary: this is phone, not even simple PDA. I wonder why Nokia listed this as business model.
Rating: 2/5

Review by: Tanya York From: Ireland On: 3rd March 2007

Small, smart and handsom handset, fits in my bag perfectly and in my suit pocket. If you like small and neat this ine the one for you. Rating: 5/5

Review by: Jim West From: England On: 24th January 2007

The Nokia 6021 is built very well and feel nice and fits into the pocket. The colour and graphics of the disply are brilliant and the mobile is so simple to operate or use. If you are looking for a basic and cheap phone this should be one to consider. Oh and there is no camera...... Rating: 4/5

Review by: Nick From: England On: 28th Nov 2006
Average phone, with speaker functionality & colour screen. Easy to use and small enough to fit comfortably in your pocket.
Rating: 5/5

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