Bell Nokia 6350 Video Review

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Ian Hardy

November 16, 2009 4:56pm

bell-nokia-6350-hspaThe Nokia 6350 is an entry-level flip phone that is good for those who want something just above a basic phone. This is available at Bell in Red or Black on the following price plans: 3-year contract: $49.95; 2-year contract: $99.95; 1-year contract: $199.95 and No contract: $249.95.

Now that you know the prices you can see if this device is right for you. The style of the 6350 resembles something that was popular a number of years ago and can do the basic tasks incredibly well. For example if it’s calling, texting and possibly listening to music this is one to consider. However, if it’s going a bit beyond this such as surfing the web it might get a bit frustrating.The keys are big and you won’t get confused when dialing or texting. The screen size is 2-inches and has a resolution of 240×320.

The 6350 has dedicated an external screen that gives you notifications such as the time, date, battery life and informs you of any messages, notes and events you have inputted. In addition, you’ll notice the dedicated music keys on the front of the device. This comes in useful as it does have the ability to hold up to 16GB with a microSD card and has a decent set of speakers.

Other features of the 6350 is the addition of the 2.0 megapixel camera. This has a 4X digital zoom and can take video. We took a few pics and shot a video. It’s easy to use and the quality is what you’d expect with a 2.0 megapixel camera: Perfect for sending over the phone, not so good making into a photo album. The video came up a bit pixelated but the sound quality was good.

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  • frank yu

    review the xenon!

  • Tom

    It’s good to see Bell offering Nokia phones again.

    Nokia makes much better feature phones then Samsung, so I’m particularly glad to see Nokia come back in the feature phone segment.