Monday, September 5, 2011

The Senior-Friendly Nokia 6350

We have featured several Nokia cell phones in this blog in the past and it's about time to feature another one. This time, let's look at the Nokia 6350 a simple and easy-to-use cell phone that was offered by AT&T.

One look at the Nokia 6350 will tell you that one will not spend a lot of time learning to use it. It's a handset that one can master after just a few hours of using it. Seniors who are not familiar with cell phone technology will not experience a lot of difficulty while learning to make calls with this simple cell phone.

Let's look at the physical design of this mobile phone for senior citizens. The 6350 sports a flip design with dual displays. The main display measures 2 inches, which is about average for handset's of this caliber. However, it offers 16.7 million colors (320x240 pixels) which gives it clear graphics and bright colors. It's a suitable display for users with weak vision like seniors.

This handset also offers usable key pad buttons. They are a bit flat but the spacious pad makes it easy for users to dial numbers or compose text messages. Even users with less than perfect eyes will be able to make a call easily because the buttons have large numbers and is supported by bright back lighting. The navigation keys for this handset are also user-friendly.

Now let's talk about performance. After all, seniors will purchase this phone based largely on its ability to make and receive calls. Well, the Nokia 6350 offers satisfying performance when it comes to phone calls. The volume is loud, the signal was clear and strong, and no static or interference were observed. The phone also delivered with speakerphone and Bluetooth headset calls.

Here are the key features for this cell phones for seniors:
  • Bluetooth 2.1
  • two-megapixel camera
  • 1,000-contact phone book
  • 14 polyphonic ringtones
  • text and multimedia messaging
  • full-duplex speakerphone
  • USB mass storage
  • support for push-to-talk
That's it for this feature. Stay tuned for more post on cell phones for seniors and other related topics.

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