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| GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz
GSM 850/1800/1900 MHz
Released: February 2003
|130 x 57 x 26 mm, 139 cm|
|4 MB 3.4 MB available to user|
|MMC (16 MB included)|
|BL-5C, 3.7v, 850mAh Li-ion|
176 x 208 pixel 4096 colours (3600/3650)or 65,536 colours (3620/3660)
|0.3 Megapixels 640x480 VGA|
The Nokia 3650 (triband GSM 850/1800/1900 MHz), sold in North American markets as the Nokia 3600, is a smartphone announced on September 6, 2002. It was the first Symbian Series 60 device to appear in American markets. It was also the first phone with an integrated camera announced for the North American market.
A very distinctive feature of the Nokia 3600/3650 was its unique circular keypad. Many owners would have preferred a Series 60 device with a conventional keypad, however some stated that the rotary style keypad made text messaging easier and faster.
The Nokia 3600 and 3650 were replaced with the Nokia 3620 (GSM 850/1900) and the Nokia 3660 (GSM 900/1800/1900) respectively, both of which feature a conventional keypad and an improved 16-bit color display.
A hardware revision of the 3600 series called the Nokia 3660, sold in North American markets as the Nokia 3620, was released in 2003 to replace the 3600 and 3650, addressing complaints by some users over the original phone's circular keypad design. As with the original 3600/3650, the 3620/3660 run on Series 60 version 1.x on Symbian OS. They were introduced on October 9, 2003.
Changes from the 3600/3650 include a conventional keypad (as opposed to the 3650's circular keypad), and a 16-bit display (as opposed to the 3650's 12-bit display).
Both the 3620 and 3660 are basically the same phone, except that the Nokia 3620, being targeted at the US market, operates on GSM 850/1900, while the Nokia 3660, a European phone, operates on GSM 900/1800/1900.