Product Added : November 27th, 2013
Category : Cell Phones
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The Nokia X6 provides one-touch access to your music, social networks and messaging, and the Ovi Store.
The 5-megapixel camera offers excellent Carl Zeiss optics and DVD-quality video capture.
The included stereo headset with integrated microphone and three sets of soft gel ear pads.
The home screen features a dedicated Media Bar touch key for quick access to your stored music and video, online sharing sites, and Web browser. It also includes a customizable Contacts Bar where you can easily make calls and manage messages as well as follow up to 20 web feeds from online friends through their social networks, personal blogs, Twitter feeds, and more. You’ll be able to quickly send text messages and email as well as update your own status thanks to the onscreen QWERTY keyboard, which automatically changes orientation depending on how the phone is rotated.
Running the latest version of the Symbian operating system, the Nokia X6 includes pre-loaded games (including Spore by EA and DJ Mix Tour by Gameloft). Other features include Wi-Fi networking, Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free devices and stereo music streaming, a full HTML web browser, access to personal and corporate email (with ability to view attachments), stereo FM radio, and up to six hours of talk time on 3G networks (up to 11.5 hours on standard non-3G GSM networks).
The 3.2-inch touch-enabled display auto-rotates depending on its orientation.
Free Ovi Maps Navigation
With its integrated GPS sensor and the newest edition of Ovi Maps (full version pre-loaded on this phone or available as a free download from nokia.com/maps), you’ll enjoy all essential car and pedestrian navigation features as well as the ability to use navigation features even when not connected to a cellular network–great for extending battery life and saving on international roaming charges. Features include turn-by-turn voice guidance, over 6,000 3D landmarks in over 200 cities for quick recognition of the landscape around you, access to Lonely Planet travel guides, and detailed maps for over 180 countries (see more details below). You’ll also be able to keep moving in the right direction with the integrated electronic compass.
This unlocked cell phone can be used with a GSM network service provider and it provides quad-band connectivity (850/900/1800/1900 MHz). It does not come with a SIM card, and it requires that you provide a SIM card for usage with your selected service provider.
Additionally, this phone can be paired with 850/1900 MHz UMTS/HSDPA 3G networks in the United States (as well as 2100 MHz 3G networks found around the world, including in Europe and Asia). When paired with a compatible 3G network, you’ll enjoy a high-speed connection offering a variety of feature-rich wireless services–from data connectivity to your office to multimedia streaming, and take advantage of simultaneous voice and data services. In areas not served by a 3G network, you’ll continue to receive data service via EDGE network (depending on network compatibility).
Note that the downloading of maps, games, music, and videos, and uploading of images and videos, involves transferring large amounts of data. Your service provider may charge for the data transmission, and the availability of particular services and features may vary by carrier.
The Nokia X6 weighs 4.3 ounces and measures 4.37 x 2 x 0.54 inches. Its 1320 mAh lithium-ion battery is rated at up to 6 hours of 3G talk time (up to 11.5 hours on non-3G GSM networks), and up to 450 hours (18.75 days) of standby time. It runs on the 850/900/1800/1900 MHz GSM/GPRS/EDGE frequencies, plus 850/900/1900/2100 3G networks (HSDPA).
What’s in the Box
Nokia X6 handset, rechargeable battery (BL-5J), charger (AC-8), connectivity cable (CA-101D), wired stereo headset (WH-701), user guide, mini DVD with software
Nokia now offers its Ovi Maps Walk and Drive navigation application free across the globe. Drivers receive turn-by-turn voice guidance including lane assistance, traffic information (in 10 countries including the U.S.), and safety camera and speed warnings, while pedestrians will be guided on shortcuts through parks and pedestrian-only zones in over 100 cities across the globe. Unlike other mobile navigation mapping solutions, Ovi Maps works offline–no cellular service is required.
Lonely Planet guide.
With the new Ovi Maps for mobile you get for free:
No Hidden Costs
The new version of Ovi Maps comes with all the maps and high-end, car grade navigation features you need for free, and is yours to keep for the life of the smartphone. No additional licenses needed for extra countries, regions, or services like traffic information or city guides. Data charges from network operators may apply.
Voice Guidance and Traffic Information
Turn-by-turn, voice guided navigation comes free for both drivers and pedestrians. For drivers this includes lane assistance, traffic information, safety camera, and speed warnings. For pedestrians, this includes shortcuts through parks and pedestrian-only zones for over 100 cities around the world as well as 6,000 3D landmarks in over 200 cities to help you find exactly where you are.
Unique Hybrid Technology
Ovi Maps is built on an advanced technology called hybrid vector maps. Vector maps are high quality but less data intensive, and allow you to continue to navigate even if you lose your network connection. This means that maps downloaded or updated across a network connection are about half the size of bulky bitmaps used by other mobile map providers. The hybrid technology ensures that, unlike other providers, any downloaded map data is stored on the device for future use.
No Network Connection Required When Navigating
Avoid expensive, battery-draining network connections with Nokia’s unique hybrid technology. Maps can be pre-loaded on to your Nokia smartphone so you can set Ovi Maps to offline mode, saving battery power, and the navigation system will still work. This is particularly useful for those worried about data connection costs when travelling abroad, or when travelling through areas with little or no network coverage.
Best Global Coverage
You take your mobile with you wherever you go in the world so, as standard, voice guided navigation for both pedestrians and drivers is available for 74 countries in 46 different languages, and there are maps for over 180 countries. This gives you the best maps with the largest global coverage for free.
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Question by teresita: what is the best way to travel to morocco?
I have a pen pal who has invited me and my daughter to Rabat for a wedding. He is university student and will be happy to be our guide. But he does not know what it would cost to spend a month there, visiting Marakesh, Casablanca, etc. with a possible trip to Spain
Answer by kirsten
Transportation in Morocco is cheap, cheap, cheap, and so is food. A 15-minute cab ride in Fez cost me 75 cents and a 5-hour train ride from Tangiers to Fez cost me about $ 11. Hotels are not cheap. I stayed in a low-end riad (apartment) in Fez for about $ 60 per night. Nice riads cost at least double. If your host has space for you to roll out a sleeping bag, stay with him (but be sure to bring a very nice gift as a thank-you).
To get to Morocco, fly to Madrid, then take a $ 99 flight to Malaga (buy tix on europebyair.com). From Malaga, take a bus to Algeciras, and another bus (or taxi–the bus schedules are not very accomodating) to Tarifa. You can see the Moroccan coast from there; get on a ferry and you will be in Tangiers, Morocco within 45 minutes. Know your Moroccan train schedule beforehand, because you will be accosted by ‘tour guides’ that will try to sell you accomodations, taxi tours, and not-always-accurate advice; and they will capitalize on your ignorance. Use them to guide you to an ATM or taxi pickup area, but then get rid of them.
There should be a direct train from Tangiers to Rabat, or you may need to switch trains at Sidi Kacem (watch your signs). Have your host’s cell phone number handy so you can coordinate meeting times at the train station; you may not be able to get the local payphones to work, but there will always be a ‘tour guide’ who for a small tip will make phone calls for you.
Have fun! It took me a half-day to get over my culture shock but I loved Morocco and would go back anyday. The people are very hospitable; if you need help, someone is always there with a friendly smile (looking for a tip, of course, but take advantage!)
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