I recommend the Nokia 6101 camera phone as a mobile phone choice. Check here the best gimbal for sony a7iii. There are many positive aspects about this phone that are different from some of the other mobile phones available, such as the radio and voice recording features. The phone also can be used to send and receive email through aol.
Positive Aspects of the Nokia 6101
The most unique feature of the Nokia 6101 is the option to be able to listen to the radio through your phone! The phone comes with a handsfree device that has the radio tuner attached. You can use your phone or the device itself to tune to different radio frequencies. As small as the device is, you might think it wouldn’t work very well. However, the stations do come in and you can listen to them! I was impressed with this feature.
Another favorite of mine is the voice recording. You can record yourself with an important reminder for later. You can record a music performance where you only want to keep the sound. And then, once you’ve recorded the voice, you can send an audio message. So, you can record yourself saying something nice to your girlfriend or boyfriend, and then send them the voice recorded message. The memory is a good size for this function. You are able to record up to five minutes of voice, and record about a total of 30 minutes on the memory.
The camera feature works well. You can take a picture and then send it to someone. Or, you can record a short video clip and send it. A message can even be attached to the picture when sending it. Best of all, it is easy to figure out how to send it by using the phone’s menu functions without even having to read much of the instruction manual. This is a nice benefit for me, because I learn better through visually looking at the phone rather than reading a manual.
The phone’s speaker phone function is decently loud. Some other phones I have tried don’t have a very loud speaker, such as the Sony Ericsson Z520. The volume on the phone can also be adjusted louder than the Sony Ericsson. Of course, you won’t have a speaker as loud as a Nextel, because these were built more for workers out in the field that need extra volume for hearing when running power equipment!
The infrared function on this phone is interesting. There is no bluetooth capability, but infrared is similar. You can exchange data via other infrared compatible phones or computers, such as pictures and messages. The phone also works in places other than the United States as a tri-band phone. It has frequencies of 850, 900 and 1900. The 900 frequency generally works in Europe. This means you could purchase a sim card with 900 frequency capability and use the phone internationally in Europe.
The battery life on this phone is exceptional! This phone stays charged for days when not being used. It also seems to stay charged longer than most phones when I am using it to make calls. The battery takes some time to charge, even with a car charger, but it stays charged then for a good while.
Some of the Nokia 6101’s are able to access aol. You generally have to request this function, because some of the older stock of this phone do not have aol installed. With aol, you can send or receive email.
I like flip- phones in general. This one fits easily in your pocket or small purse, and you don’t end up accidentally calling numberes because the buttons are inside the phone when it is flipped closed! The outside of the phone also has a second screen, and you can put a picture on the outside screen and inside screen. You can see your image when taking a picture of yourself. You can also see who you are calling or who is calling you without having to flip the phone open, by looking at this second screen on the outside of the phone.
Room for Improvement
The first recommendation for improvement would be to have a memory card slot so that more pictures can be stored and retrieved from the phone. I ran out of memory space in the phone rather quickly. This means that when my photo memory is full, I can’t take any new pictures or even send the ones I have to my computer. I keep having to delete photos before I can send them. More memory or a memory card would alleviate this problem.
I would also recommend the phone having bluetooth capability. While the infrared option is useful, more people are familiar with and desire the bluetooth option. Bluetooth also gives the option to have a handsfree device without any wires attached, for added ease of use.
The camera does not zoom. As an improvement, I would have enable the camera to zoom and to have at least one megapixel of resolution. Although it takes an okay picture, the clarity is not as great as it could be. The newer models that have come out of the Nokia’s do have a stronger camera, actually.
I would buy this phone again, but I think I would want it to have bluetooth. I would also want it to be a quad-band phone, so that I could use it internationally and also have the 1800 frequency, which would give me two frequencies to pick up in Europe. The phone has so far proved reliable in many ways, and I do enjoy the radio and voice recording functions.