Nokia 6205 Dark Knight Edition Video
Nokia 6205 Dark Knight Edition Video Transcript
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>> I'm Nicole Lee, Associate Editor for CNET.com and this is the Nokia 6205 from Verizon Wireless. As you can see this is the Dark Knight Edition that will be released prior to the movie of the same name. And the reason why this is the Dark Knight Edition is that it has the Batman logo on the back here. And it also has, you know movie ringtones on here, a preloaded movie trailer. So like little extra niceties for the movie release promotion. As you can see on the front here is a very reflective mirror finish. It has an external display on the front here and underneath the display, you get dedicated music player controls for the music players on here. Above the display is a 1.3-megapixel camera, a flash LED, as well as a speaker. On the side, you do get a volume rocker headset jack and a charger jack. On the other side is a voice command button, as well as a MicoSD card slot. Open it up and you get a pretty nice, you know 2-inch wide display here. Underneath the display is a pretty typical navigation array. You do get dedicated speaker phone key, as well as a camera key. The keypad itself felt pretty tactile, but it was a little bit flat and is not too easy to dial by feel. As far as features of the phone go, you do get a music player on here. There's a megapixel camera as we mentioned before. There is EV-DO and this was accessed to V Cast Music with Rhapsody, so you can download songs or video directly to the phone, as was V Cast Video streaming video support, as well as support for Vsrizon's VZ Navigator location-based service. There are a few things we didn't like about the phone. For one thing, the touch sensitive music player controls can take a little bit of getting used to because they're so flat with the surface of the phone. Despite the fact that 6205 has a music player, it doesn't have stereo Bluetooth, which is a little bit surprising especially since a lot of the other V Cast Music phones have stereo Bluetooth. Even though you don't get a full multimedia experience with this phone, you do get a lot of features for the price. My name is Nicole Lee, this has been the Nokia 6205 from Verizon Wireless. ^M00:02:11 [ Music ]
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