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Need some info

marcel333

Aug 18, 2006, 9:03 AM
Hi
I'm interested in buying N6620 and i need some info. Does this model has 44kHz stereo audio output (can i use mp3players/video players such as vikingmp3, ultramp3, oggplay, wmaplus, smartmovie and will they play in full 44kHz audio - not like in 6600 where was 16kHz mono output)? In pre-installed mp3/aac player: rewinding and fast-forward is available or not? Will the phone work (supporting 850/1800/1900) in poland? Does the phone support CSD data transfer if not is this possible to make it support that? Where can i get older firmware to support mp3 as ringtones, what version i need, maybe it's some other way (f.e. plugin in .DLL format)?
If u can give me some phone disadvantages.
Thanks in advance for all replies.
greet.
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robcosys

Aug 19, 2006, 11:25 AM
The 6620 can handle all those listed above without extra software. I have a 2GB MMC card in mine and use it as an MP3 player all the time. It has perfect 16 bit 44khz sound, sounds as good and clear as an ipod. And it can play MP3 and AAC without extra software, the media gallery plays it fine, just make sure you get a genuine, or genuine copy of Nokia stereo headphones, because the first ones I got did not allow the phone to play in stereo. Also it is an 850/900/1900 phone so if that is your frequency you have in Poland it will work great, (I thought Europe was all 900/1800) Anyways it will work on 1800 for sure at least. And Circuit switched data is no problem , it has CSD, GPRS, and EDGE data, works great for me. And just get the latest g...
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