- Nokia 6680
Nokia 6680 Manufacturer Nokia Compatible networks 3G Availability by country May 2005 Predecessor Nokia 6630 Successor Nokia N70 (6680/6681)
Nokia N75 (6682)
Form factor Candybar Dimensions 108.4 x 55.2 x 20.5 mm; 104 cc Weight 133 g Operating system Series 60 v2 Memory 10 MB Removable storage Dual Voltage RS-MMC, hot swappable Battery BL-5C Display Active matrix, 262,144-colour display (176 x 208 pixels) Rear camera 1.3 Megapixel (Back) Front camera 0.3 Megapixel (Front) Connectivity Bluetooth 1.2, USB 2.0 Full Speed via Pop-Port
The Nokia 6680 is a 3G handset by Nokia, running Symbian operating system, with Series 60 version 2 user interface. The device features Bluetooth, a 1.3 megapixel fixed focus camera, front VGA (0.3 megapixel) video call camera, hot swappable Dual Voltage Reduced Size MMC (DV-RS-MMC) memory expansion card support, stereo audio playback and a 2.1", 176x208, 18-bit (262,144) color display with automatic brightness control based on the environment. Announced in February 2005, they reached the market in May 2005.
The 6680 remains a high-end 3G device. It is a smartphone offering office and personal management facilities, including Microsoft Office compatible software. The phone initially offered an innovative active standby mode, but this was removed by some network operators (for example, Orange) under their own adapted firmware. The phone, however has been marred by a more-than-normal number of bugs, which have included crashes and security issues. The phone was also criticised in some reviews for the relatively limited memory available.
In addition to the standard RS-MMC card, the 6680 can also use Dual Voltage Reduced Size MMC (DV-RS-MMC) cards which are also marketed as MMCmobile. While these cards have the same form factor as RS-MMC, the DV-RS-MMC have a 2nd row of connectors on the bottom. Make sure any upgraded card supports or claims to support 1.8V in addition to 3.0V.
The phone operates on GSM 900/1800/1900, and UMTS 2100 on 3G networks.
During its development, the 6680 was nicknamed Milla.
This handset was similar to its predecessor, the Nokia 6630. Key changes were the new "active standby" feature, the facility for face-to-face video calls, a camera flash, better screen and improved styling.
This handset was the spring-board onto the N-Series, its successor being the N70.
The hardware application platform of this device is OMAP 1710.
The Nokia 6681 and Nokia 6682 are GSM handsets by Nokia, running the Series 60 user interface on the Symbian operating system. The phones are GSM-only versions of the Nokia 6680.
The only difference between the 6681 and the 6682 is the fact that the 6681 is targeted at the European market, being a GSM 900/1800/1900 tri-band handset, while the 6682 is targeted at the American one, supporting 850/1800/1900 frequencies.
In turn, both handset's specs are almost identical to those of the 6680, except for the lack of support for 3G networks, which means no UMTS support, or video call, thus the absence of the front video call camera.
The hardware application platform of the device is Omap 1710. The resolution of the display is 176x208.
- Nokia 6680 Official product page
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- Rui Carmo's 6680 first impressions
- OCW's 6680 review
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