Nokia 7250 ReviewReading time: 3 - 5 minutes
Reading time: 3 - 5 minutes
This phone is almost a copy of Nokia 6610. It has an added digital camera, other features are the same. namely due to this camera the phone is positioned as an expensive analogue of Nokia 7210 or Nokia 6610.
Position in line up: above Nokia 6610
Rival phones: Siemens S55, Ericsson T68(i), Siemens SL55
Manufactured in Finland
Announced in November 2002, beginning of sales -1Q 2003
Battery type: Li-Ion 720 mAh (BLD-3)
Standby time: up to 150-300 hours
Talk time: up to 2 - 5 hours
High-resolution, illuminated full-graphics colour display, 4096 colours, resolution 128×128 pixels. It shows up to 5 text lines of information and 1 service line; fonts size is dynamicaly changed (up to 8 text lines can be dispalyed on the screen if font size is the smallest)
Animated screen savers (digital clock)
Pop-Port™ -a standard system connector, which allows to define which accessory is connected; besides, it supports high speed of data transmission.
Integrated digital camera
Interchangeable covers Xpress-on™
Weight: 92 g.
Dimensions: 105 x 44 x 19 mm
Phonebook: up to 300 names with 3 numbers and 1 text field. Maximum 5 numbers and 4 text items can be stored under one name, but this leaves room for fewer name entries. Similarly, more names can be stored if not all of the numbers and/or texts are filled in (dynamic memory)
Messages: up to 150 text only messages, 50 picture messages, or any combination of these.
Calendar notes: 100 - 250 depending on length and other memory usage
Lists of the last calls:
10 dialed numbers
10 received numbers
10 missed numbers with date and time indication
Memory of to-do list: up to 30 records
Total memory pool - 5 Mb. It can be shared between MMS messages (the largest size is 45 kb per one message); ringing tones (20 in the Gallery; all are removable); images (there are 10 pre-default pictures); Java applications (up to 64 Kb for one application)
Ringing tones, call management
20 polyphonic and 11 monophonic ringtones
Mixed mode (firstly vibrating alert and then a melody) + a possibility to download polyphonic melodies
A possibility to use any ringing tone as a tone for SMS-message
Speed dialing for up to 8 phone numbers
Autodiliang (up to 10 attempts)
Automatic and manual network selection
Predictive text input T9
A possibility to send and receive graphical messages (10 pre-default pictures)+ 5 empty fields
A possibility to send a group message, one can create up to 10 lists of groups (up to 20 pone nubmers stored in the phone memory).
Concatenated messages (up to 450 characters)
Smiles and emoticons
WAP 1.2.1, WAP Push
Organizer and extras
Stereo FM radio
User's profiles (up to 5), a possibility to download a profile
A possiblity to change menu themes
Calculator, currency converter
Stop-watch, countdown timer
Organiser with different types of events
Java - Converter
2 games - Bounce, TripplePop
The Nokia 7250 is surely Nokia's worst camera phone. Whilst it is based on a successful design (the 7210) and incorporates a stereo FM radio, polyphonic ringtones and Java™ capability, it fails as a camera phone for the simple reason that it has a terrible colour display and an even worse camera. Add reliability problems to the mix and you get a phone that is best avoided. A better option is the newer Nokia 7250i, or one of Nokia's later generations of camera phone, such as the 6230.
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