Nokia C6-01 Negro - Smartphone (8,13 cm (3.2"), 640 x 360 Pixeles, OLED, 32 GB, 340 MB, 2x)
Descripción del producto
Alerta vibratoria: Si
Altura: 103,8 mm
Ancho: 52,5 mm
Auriculares: 3,5 mm
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Capacidad de la tarjeta SIM: SIM única
Color del producto: Negro
Comandos de voz: Si
Correo electrónico: Si
Cámara incorporada: Si
Detector de rostro: Si
Diagonal de la pantalla: 8,13 cm (3.2")
Estándares 2G: EDGE,GPRS,GSM
Estándares 3G: HSDPA,HSPA,HSUPA,WCDMA
Factor de forma: Barra
Flash integrado: Si
Función de GPS asistida (A-GPS): Si
GPS (satélite): Si
Gestión de la información personal: Despertador, calculadora, calendario, notas, Lista de tareas
Grabación de voz: Si
Llamada en conferencia: Si
Llamada por voz: Si
Marcación rápida: Si
Memoria interna: 340 MB
Modo de avión: Si
Número de colores de la pantalla: 16,78 millones de colores
Pantalla externa: No
Pantalla táctil: Si
Personalización: Íconos, Accesos directos, Temas, Complementos
Peso: 131 g
Profundidad: 13,9 mm
Radio FM: Si
Redirección de llamada: Si
Reproductor de música: Si
Resolución de captura de video: 1280 x 720 Pixeles
Resolución de la cámara trasera: 3264 x 2448 Pixeles
Resolución de la pantalla: 640 x 360 Pixeles
Sensor de orientacíon: Si
Sistema de mensajería multimedia (MMS): Si
Sistema de texto predictivo: Si
Sistema operativo instalado: Symbian OS
Soporte para grupo de contactos: Si
Tecnología Java: Si
Tecnología de batería: Ión de litio
Tiempo de hablado (2G): 12 h
Tiempo de hablado (WCDMA): 4,8 h
Tiempo de suspendido (2G): 420 h
Tiempo de suspensión (WCDMA): 380 h
Tipo de cámara frontal: Cámara única
Tipo de flash: LED
Tipo de visualizador: OLED
Versión de Bluetooth: 3.0+HS
Versión de sistema operativo: 3
Video llamada: Si
Zoom digital: 2x
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For some of you Nokia junkies I will make comparisons to other phones so that you may get an idea if you own those particular phones.
Some very positive things I must get out of the way:
The screen is awsome. It is the AMOLED like my N85. It is so much better than the washed out screen on the 5800 I was using. Also glass here instead of plastic. The screen is excellent out in the bright sun as well where as the 5800 screen was unusable.
This capacitive touch screen is so much better than the resistive that I had on the 5800. Immediate response to your touch. It is wonderful. No repeated poking to try to get a response. I much prefer my fingertips to the stylus.
The camera is wonderful. It is right on par with the excellent camera on my N85. Nothing like the horrible cameras on the E71 and 5800.
Now I have no problem with battery life as some have had. I am getting 2 to 3 days of moderate use before having to charge. The first day I had it I had to charge after only 24 hours but I was using it constantly getting all of my settings right, downloading software updates, programs, taking pictures and videos.
One more thing on battery life. After setting up my home WLAN and my 2 email accounts I quickly realized you should turn off scannning for WLANs and push mail. If you push your mail all day long and leave that WLAN scanner on all day long you will be charging the phone in less than 24 hours.
Do yourself a favor and upgrade the phone to Nokia Belle OS. You will thank me. It doesn't take very long to do and the phone is a lot more user friendly. Just go to the SW update in settings and it will guide you thru the installation.
About the only negative I can find about this phone is that when sending emails, texts, mms, etc., the on screen key board is a little small for big fingers. I have adjusted and gotten used to it so it is not a big problem for me.
Now let me admit I have not had the phone long so I will come back and do an update in a month or so. So far so good. Excellent phone with an absolutely beautiful screen, an awsome camera and great call quality.
UPDATE: 05 November 2012
I have had the phone for around 2 months now. Still in love with it. It is one of the best Nokias I have ever owned and I have owned a lot of them.
1 New Pro on this phone is the GPS. It seems like every time I get a new Nokia the GPS locks on faster than the last one. This one is no exception. This GPS is lightning fast even in my home but outside it is locked on in seconds.
1 Con is the battery life. I found that when I went out of town without my PC and had to check email and use my phone to surf the internet and of course phone calls and text messages, I was having to charge the phone every 12 to 24 hours. I guess it is just the price to pay for that beautiful screen. Now that I am back and just talking and texting on it, I am back to charging about every 2 to 3 days. So I am still very happy with that.
Still give this phone a 5 star rating. Great camera, great GPS, great call quality, great everything other than battery life. But I can live with that.
UPDATE: 07 September 2013
I have been using this phone for 1 year now. Still works perfect. Have no complaints at all other than as I mentioned before, battery life with heavy usage, which I have adapted to. Great phone. Will probably go another year with it.
* CPU is a little slow. In power-saving mode, when multitasking, one application jitters for a fraction of a second while another application does its thing. For example, when listening to streaming audio while surfing the Web, page loads cause the music player to cut out briefly.
* There are some user interface quirks:
** The display stays on during a call if you lay the phone face-up on a surface.
** When using the on-screen keypad while in a call (for example, when going through automated phone menus), there's a "call" button but no "hangup" button. To hangup, you have to select "Back" to get to the main call screen first.
** Some applications seem to prefer the last network I used them on even if it's no longer available. It would be nice if the phone just selected Wifi first, carrier next, and then other.
** Using the GPS while downloading satellite maps over AT&T drains the battery quickly.
** The phone is definitely on the small side. Good for slipping into pockets, not so good for watching videos, reading lots of text in web pages or trying to tap on tiny links with my fingertips.
** It would be nice if the shell supported more gestures than simply swipe-left and swipe-right. For example, on Nokias with D-pads, pressing Down brings up the address book. On this phone, doing a swipe-down would be easier for me than trying to tap on the small address book icon.
There are some other minor little usability issues but nothing I didn't get used to in short order.
Now for the good: this is an amazing little phone, and more amazing when you consider how inexpensive it is. First, the build quality is just terrific---it looks and feels solid. It has a nice, cold, metallic, satisfying heft to it. The battery cover slides off in a no-nonsense way, and there's nothing flimsy or plastic to worry about flexing to the point of breaking.
In addition to feeling solid in the hand, the phone is actually quite sleek and elegant in appearance. I find the pictures online to not do it justice.
The display is GORGEOUS. Colors are rich and super-bright, and it's easy to see even in bright light (though I wouldn't want to try to read lots of small text in bright sunlight).
The battery charges quickly. I can charge from 20% to 70% in the car during my 45-minute commute, and to 100% in about an hour if plugged into an AC outlet. I keep the phone in power-save mode and don't use the GPS much, so I only have to recharge it every 2-3 days.
The flash camera is good and Nokia has included some fancy image-processing tools like sepia, B&W, enhancement, color editing, etc. However, I don't know how it compares to other phones' 8MP cameras, so I don't know if it's anything special.
Getting to the SIM and Micro SD cards is easy: pop off the battery cover and you have access to the SD card. Remove the battery and there's the SIM card. Done. You can replace all three in 30 seconds.
Call quality is excellent, 10 out of 10. Speakerphone is excellent, 10 out of 10. Sound quality on the cheapo earbuds (included) is excellent. The speakerphone is remarkably good. On other handsets I've used, the speakerphone might have a hollow, buzzing sound. This phone sounds solid. My only quibble is that the sound gets a little muffled when I lay it down face-up (the speaker is on the back). Also, and maybe it's that AT&T has upped their game, but lately I have been getting terrific call quality and coverage everywhere I go (Boston, DC, suburban Maryland).
Apps: there is a wide variety of Symbian apps out there but still can't compare to the iPhone ecosystem. On the other hand, this phone comes with almost everything I wanted out of the box. I downloaded only a couple of games, Opera, YouTube downloader, a new UI shell, RPN calculator and Kayak. Even without downloading anything, the phone is an instant on-the-go survival kit, with GPS, turn-by-turn SPOKEN navigation, maps, traffic, browser, email, weather, streaming audio player, video player, calendar, clock with multiple alarms, QuickOffice, FM radio, music player, 720p HDTV output, and, of course, it's a pentaband world phone.
Maps: Ovi Maps is excellent and, like Google maps, offers map view, satellite view and "terrain view" (essentially map view at an angle, as if you're floating hundreds of feet above the map). Also comes with GPS and turn-by-turn spoken navigation, as I said above. Better than the "navigation" you get with Bing maps on other devices like the Pre, which basically map out your route and tell you how to get there up front. That's great until you go astray. This phone gives you turn-by-turn directions and live route recalculation like a real GPS navigation unit.
One other thing, and I don't know if this is limited to Nokia or Symbian, but you can set an alarm and then turn the phone off. Why not save juice at night, right? At the selected time the phone turns on enough to play the alarm tune. My Nokias have done this going back to 2002. Apparently this is something my Android-toting colleagues can't do with their whiz-bang Droids and Galaxies. Go figure.