The Nokia 6220 classic is a Symbian S60 smartphone with a top notch 5 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens and a Xenon flash. Despite being packed with features and technology it's also very easy to use. The keys are well spaced, the display is large - it looks like a regular phone, a classic design and it works well.
With A-GPS geo-tagging your photographs are stamped, not only with the time and date, but also with their exact location. The Nokia 6220 classic comes loaded with the new Nokia Maps 2.0 application, helping you to find the best routes or explore any city for restaurants, attractions and other points of interest.
With 3G and HSDPA, images and videos taken with the Nokia 6220 classic can be uploaded to your blog or to a photo sharing site such as Flickr. They can also be viewed on your big screen TV using the phones TV out port. The camera features on this phone are right up there among the best. Picture quality is excellent and video can be recorded at 30 frames per second. The Nokia 6220 classic also has a decent web browser, email, an FM radio with RDS, a good media player and expandable memory up to 8GB.
The Nokia 6220 classic is a dark horse and a future classic. It won’t get the same attention as an Nseries and it lacks Wi-fi. Nevertheless, it’s brilliant and fantastic.