AT&T Bringing Nokia Blink 6350

Nokia Blink 6350 You need to be a big spender to afford an expensive smartphone. The technical expertise of cell phone makers are undoubtedly expressed through the smartphone features. However, to earn more revenues, cell phone makers have to depend on affordable middle range and low end phones. This is perhaps the reason why we are recently seeing a surge of low-end cell phones priced around $30. After the $29.99 Nokia Shade from Verizon, we have another similar low-end $30 phone named Nokia Blink 6350, which will be launched by AT&T on October 4.

Nokia Blink 6350 features
Irrespective of its price, every cell phone handset boasts a central feature. The main feature of this AT&T Nokia phone is comfort. The design of the phone makes it comfortable for the hand to clasp it. The body of the Nokia 6350 handset has a soft touch feel. Nokia Blink is a flip phone, 93mm long, 47mm wide and 17mm thick. It weighs 103 grams. It has two displays. The larger 2-inch internal display of 320 x 240-pixel resolution supports 16 million colors. The smaller 1.36-inch external 128 x 160-pixel resolution display supports 262 thousand colors. This Nokia phone sports a 2-megapixel camera, equipped with 4x zoom, landscape mode, video recorder and video share features.

The integrated MP3 music player, dedicated music keys along with access to AT&T Mobile Music service make Nokia Blink a pretty nice device to enjoy music on the go. However, FM radio is missing from this handset. Nokia 6350 supports prominent messaging formats, including text messaging, multimedia messaging, enhanced messaging service or EMS, email and instant messaging powered by AOL, Windows Live and Yahoo. To ease access to internet, this simple Nokia device has an integrated web browser. Despite its simplicity, Nokia 6350 will enable speedy data transfer through AT&T’s 3G and HSDPA networks. This Nokia device features Bluetooth and USB port for PC syncing, but Wi-Fi connectivity is absent. Built-in GPS supported by AT&T Navigation service is a welcome feature of this low-end Nokia handset. There is 52MB internal storage space in the phone. Memory expansion is facilitated through microSD card. The phone’s battery allows up to 4.20 hours of talk time and 432 hours of stand by time.