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With a smart design, easy-to-use features and the familiarity of the Verizon Wireless user interface, the Nokia 6205 offers you the simplicity and convenience to stay connected.
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Nokia 6205 - Verizon Wireless Mobile Phone, size: 4.3 MB
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User reviews and opinions
|PaB||12:25am on Thursday, October 28th, 2010|
|DOES NOT work I bought this as a replacement for my original charger, but I was disappointed with it.|
|golan||5:25pm on Friday, September 24th, 2010|
|A few days ago, Nokia and Verizon Wireless operators, such as the United States ordered the first time in 6205 mobile phone exposure.|
|bsteehouwer||6:18pm on Saturday, September 18th, 2010|
|I have been a Verizon customer since 2005, I ... Sleek Look Will not stay connected to the blue tooth device looks good texting is very bad it will not space half the time and skips letters.the back will not stay on.its hard to get charger plugged in. Simple and easy for anyone. i didnt get a busted model and it never fell apart on me.|
|kiyan851||5:21am on Monday, September 13th, 2010|
|The Nokia 6205 has a very light stylish and sleek design. The buttons are a good size and the camera options with flash are pleasant.|
|crownvic||2:19pm on Thursday, July 1st, 2010|
|"I got this phone 5 months ago and I am on my second! The second does almost the same as the first but worse!|
|riverside||5:02am on Wednesday, April 14th, 2010|
|as I stated in the cons section this phone is... there are none this phone is outright junk.|
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SAFETY.. 6 Welcome. 8
Getting Help.. 8 Get the Most Out of This Guide. 9 News & Info.. Tools on the Go.. Extras.. Info.. Incoming Calls.. Security and Functionality. Text Messages.. Picture and Video Messages. New Message.. Inbox... Sent Messages.. Draft Messages.. Message Settings.. Message Options. Voicemail Message.. Mobile Instant Messaging. E-mail Messages.. Chat.. Create New Contacts. Contact List.. Groups.. Speed Dials.. In Case of Emergency (ICE). 53
1. Phone at a Glance. 11
Standby Mode.. 13 Indicators and Icons. 13 Phone Menus.. 15 Scroll Method. 15 Directional Key.. 16
5. MESSAGING. 35
2. Set Up Your Phone. 17
Antenna... 17 Change the Battery.. 18 Charge the Battery. 19 Wrist Strap. 20 Turn Your Phone On or Off. 20 Connect the Headset.. 20 MicroSD Card. 21 Make a Call.. 22 Answer Calls.. 23
6. CONTACTS. 46
3. Text Entry. 25
Word Mode.. 25 Abc (Multi-tap) Mode. (number) Mode. 26 Symbols Mode.. 26
7. RECENT CALLS. 55
View Calls.. 55 View Call Timers.. 55
4. GET IT NOW.. 27
V CAST.. 27 Music & Tones.. 28 Picture & Video.. 31 Games.. 32
8. SETTINGS & TOOLS. 57
My Account.. 57 Tools.. 57
Bluetooth.. Sounds Settings.. Display Settings.. Phone Settings.. Call Settings.. Calendar Preview. Memory... Phone Information.
10. Enhancements. 76 11. Battery and Charger Information. 77
Nokia Battery Authentication Guidelines. 78
Care and Maintenance. 80 Additional Safety Information.. 82 Index. 89
9. Voice Commands. 73
Activate and Use Voice Commands. 73 Voice Commands Settings. 74
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About Your Device
The wireless device (RM-347) described in this guide is approved for use on the following Verizon Wireless networks: CDMA 800 and 1900 MHz, and CDMA2000 1xRTT and EVDO. Contact Verizon Wireless for more information about networks.
When using the features in this device, obey all laws and respect local customs, privacy and legitimate rights of others, including copyrights. Copyright protection may prevent some images, music, and other content from being copied, modified, or transferred. Your device may have preinstalled bookmarks and links for third-party internet sites. You may also access other third-party sites through your device. Third-party sites are not affiliated with Nokia, and Nokia does not endorse or assume liability for them. If you choose to access such sites, you should take precautions for security or content. Warning: To use any features in this device, the device must be turned on. Do not turn the device on when wireless device use may cause interference or danger. Remember to make back-up copies or keep a written record of all important information stored in your device. When connecting to any other device, read its user guide for detailed safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible products.
To use the phone you must have service from a wireless service provider. Many of the features require special network features. These features are not available on all networks; other networks may require that you make specific arrangements with your service provider before you can use the network services. Your service provider can give you instructions and explain what charges will apply. Some networks may have limitations that affect how you can use network services. For instance, some networks may not support all language-dependent characters and services. Your service provider may have requested that certain features be disabled or not activated in your device. If so, these features will not appear on your device menu. Your device may also have a special configuration such as changes in menu names, menu order, and icons. Contact your service provider for more information. This device supports WAP 2.0 protocols (HTTP and SSL) that run on TCP/IP protocols. Some features of this device, such as GET IT NOW and e-mail messaging, require network support for these technologies.
Congratulations on your purchase of this Nokia mobile device. Your device provides many practical functions for daily use, such as a hands-free speakerphone, alarm clock, calculator, calendar, camera, image and data downloads, and more. Your device can also connect to other devices using Bluetooth wireless technology. To personalize your device, you can set your favorite ringtones.
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To compose a new message, select MENU > MESSAGING > New Message > TXT Message, Picture Message, or Video Message.
To write and send a TXT message, do the following: 1. Select a recipient. To add an existing number or address, select Add > From Contacts, Recent Calls, or Groups, highlight the recipient, and select MARK > Done. You may also use the Alphanumeric keypad to manually enter a phone number or e-mail address in the To: field. The default entry mode for the To: field is 123 (number). To switch to multi-tap mode for e-mail address entry, utilize the Soft key to select 123 > Word, Abc, ABC, or Symbols. See "Text Entry," p. 25. To add a manual entry to your Contact List, select Add > To Contacts. See "Create New Contacts," p. 46. 2. To open the text entry field, select OK. 3. Compose a message using the Alphanumeric keypad. See "Text Entry," p. 25. 4. To send the message, select SEND, or press the Send key. To save the message as a draft, press the End key , and select Yes > OK. Your message is saved in the Drafts folder.
TXT message options
To customize a new TXT message, select Options when the cursor is in the text entry field, and you may select from the following: Save As Draft save your message in the Drafts folder. Add Graphic include a graphic icon in your message. Enhanced messages cannot be sent to e-mail addresses. Add Sound include a sound in your message. Enhanced messages cannot be sent to e-mail addresses. Add Name Card include a name card in your text messages. Add Quick Text insert text from the Add Quick Text gallery into your document. See the Quick Text option under "Message Settings," p. 43. Priority Level to set the priority level, select High or Normal. If set to high, "URGENT" appears at the top of receivers message.
To compose and send a picture message, do the following: 1. Select a recipient. For more information, see "TXT Message," p. 37. To upload an image to the online picture album, select Add > To Online Album, and OK. 2. To open the text entry field, select OK. 3. Enter text into the Text: field using the Alphanumeric keypad. See "Text Entry," p. 25. The number of characters used (out of a maximum of 1000 per message) appears in the top left corner of the picture message screen. No additional text can be entered when all characters have been used. 4. To add a picture, scroll to Picture:, select My Pics, the desired picture, and OK. To add a new picture using the built-in camera, select My Pics > Options > Take Picture > OK. 5. To add a sound file, scroll to Sound:, select Sounds, the desired recorded sound, and OK. To record a new sound, select Sounds > Record New. The new sound is added to the top of the gallery list. Select Play to listen to a recorded sound. 6. To add a message title, scroll to Subject:. Enter text (up to 80 characters) using the Alphanumeric keypad. 7. To send the message, select SEND, or press the Send key To save the message as a draft, press the End key OK. Your message is saved in the Drafts folder. , select Yes >
Picture message options
To set picture message options, select Options, when the cursor is in the Text:, Picture:, Sound:, or Subject: fields, and you may select from the following: Preview view your message. Save As Draft save your message into the Drafts folder. Add Quick Text insert text from the Add Quick Text gallery (in Text: and Subject: only).
Add Slide add a slide to the message. Priority Level set the priority level to High or Normal. Remove Picture remove picture from message (if previously added, and when the cursor in this field). Remove Sound remove sound file from message (if previously added, and when the cursor in this field). Remove Slide remove slide file from message (if previously added). Cancel Message close the message without sending. Select Yes > OK to save your message in the Drafts folder, or No > OK to exit.
To compose and send a video message, do the following: 1. Select a recipient. For more information, see "TXT Message," p. 37. To upload a video to the online picture album, select Add > To Online Album, and press OK. 2. To open the text entry field, select OK. 3. Enter text into the Text: field using the Alphanumeric keypad. See "Text Entry," p. 25. The number of characters used (out of a maximum of 1000 per message) appears in the top left corner of the video message screen. No additional text can be entered when all characters have been used. 4. To add a video, scroll to Video:, select Videos, desired video clip, and OK. To add a new video using the built-in camera, select Videos > Options > Record Video > OK. 5. To add a message title, scroll to Subject:. Enter text (up to 80 characters) using the Alphanumeric keypad. 6. To send the message, select SEND, or press the Send key. To save the message as a draft, press the End key , and select Yes > OK. Your message is saved in the Drafts folder.
Video message options
To set video message options, select Options, when the cursor is in the Text:, Video:, or Subject: field, and you may select from the following: Preview view your message. Save As Draft save your message into the Drafts folder. Remove Video remove the selected video from the message (if previously added, and when the cursor in this field). Add Quick Text insert text from the Quick Text gallery (in Text: and Subject: only). Priority Level to set the priority level, select High or Normal. Cancel Message close the message without sending. Select Yes > OK to save your message in the Drafts folder, or No > OK to exit.
Save Quick Text save the message text in the Quick Text gallery. Save Video save the video (for video message only). Lock or Unlock locked messages will not be deleted unless they are set to unlock. Add To Contacts save the contact information to the Contact List, if the recipient is not in the Contact List. Message Info display sender information, time stamp, and so on.
The Sent folder is used to store TXT, picture, and video messages that have been delivered to their recipients. The number of messages stored in the Sent folder is shown in parentheses. To open the Sent folder, select Message > Sent. The list of sent messages is displayed. The newest messages are displayed first. Select a message, and you may select from the following: Erase select Yes > OK to delete the sent message. Options select from the available options. OPEN view the message. With the message open, press Options and you may select from the following: Play Again play the sound again (for picture message with a sound attached). Forward forward the message to another recipient. Erase delete the selected message (for picture message with a sound attached). Resend send the message to the recipient again (for video message only). Lock or Unlock protect or unprotect the message from being erased. Save Quick Text save the message text in the Quick Text gallery. Add To Contacts add the recipient to Contact List, if the recipient is not in the Contact List. Message Info display recipient information, time stamp, and so on.
The Drafts folder is used to store drafts of TXT, picture, and video messages. The number of messages stored in Drafts is shown in parentheses. To open the Drafts folder, select Message > Drafts. The list of draft messages is displayed. The newest messages are displayed first. Highlight a message, and select from the available options.
To configure settings for messages, in the Standby Mode, select Message > Settings. The available options are displayed. Select from the following: Entry Mode change the Default Entry mode for the text entry area in a TXT message and the text and subject entry areas in picture and video messages. Select Word, Abc, ABC, 123. Auto Save Sent automatically save all sent messages to the Sent folder. Select On or Off to enable or disable Auto Save Sent. Select Prompt to receive a prompt to save after each message is sent. Auto Erase Inbox automatically erase the oldest (unlocked) message from the Inbox when device memory is full. If Auto Erase Inbox is set to Off, a message is displayed when memory is full, prompting you to manually delete messages from your Inbox. Messaging Font Size to change the character size of messages displayed in Inbox, Sent, or Drafts, and the character size when composing a text message. TXT Auto View to automatically display an incoming text message, set TXT Auto View to On. Otherwise, a prompt message is displayed to select View Now or View Later. Pic-Video Auto Receive save incoming picture or video messages automatically, if Pic-Video Auto Receive is set to On. If set to Off, you can also select Reject to refuse to receive a picture or video message. Quick Text view and edit Quick Text entries, which are short, prewritten messages that can be recalled and inserted into a TXT message. The gallery of preloaded and user-defined Quick Text entries is displayed.
Contact List Options
In the Standby Mode, select Contacts > the contact you want > Options, and you may select from the following: New Contact create a new Contact List entry. Erase delete the Contact List entry.
New TXT Message send the contact a text message. This is a network service. New Picture Message send the contact a picture message. This is a network service. New Video Message send the contact a video message. This is a network service. Set As ICE Contact or Unassign ICE Contact to set your contact as an ICE (In Case of Emergency) contact or to unassign your contact as an ICE contact. Call to dial the contact. This is a network service. Send vCard Via Bluetooth send the vCard to another storage device via Bluetooth. Erase All delete all Contact List entries.
You can create up to 30 caller groups, and add up to 10 contact entries in each group. To access the Groups menu, select MENU > CONTACTS > Groups. The default caller groups are No Group, Business, Family, Friends, Other and VIP. A contact can only be associated with one caller group at a time. If you move a contact from one group to another group, that contact is removed from the first group.
Create a new caller group
Select MENU > CONTACTS > Groups > New, enter the new group name, and select SAVE. See "Add contacts to groups," p. 51.
Edit caller groups
Once created, caller groups can be updated with new contacts, renamed, or erased. The default caller groups cannot be renamed or erased.
Add contacts to groups
Caller groups can be populated in multiple ways. You can update caller groups by assigning Contact List entries to the groups. To add contacts to a group, select MENU > CONTACTS > Groups, and the following: 1. Highlight a group from the list, and select VIEW > ADD; or Options > Add. 2. For each contact, select MARK > Done. To edit individual Contact List entries and to add them to caller groups: 1. In the Standby Mode select Contacts, the contact you want to add to a group, and Edit. 2. Scroll to the Group: field, and select Set. 3. Highlight an existing group from the list of group names, and select OK to add the contact to the group. 4. To create a new group, select New, enter the new group name, and select SAVE. To add the contact to the group, highlight the new group from the list of group names, and select OK.
Schedule a new event
1. To enter a new event, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Tools > Calendar, highlight the required event date, and Add. 2. Highlight and edit the event entry fields you want to complete, and select SAVE. The date scheduled with events is highlighted in a different color.
Update an existing event
1. To update an event, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Tools > Calendar, select the event date, and VIEW. 2. Highlight the event entry you want to modify and select VIEW > EDIT. 3. Highlight and edit the event entry fields you want to update, and select SAVE. 4. To delete the selected event, select Erase > Yes > OK. To set the calendar options, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Tools > Calendar > Options and one of the following: Weekly view a weekly calendar preview. Daily view a daily calendar preview. Go to Date enter a specific date using the Alphanumeric keypad.
Erase a Day delete the events of a highlighted day. Erase Passed delete past events. Erase All delete all events on your calendar. Font Size set the events font size to Normal or Large. Calendar Preview display the event information in the Standby Mode. See "Calendar Preview," p. 70.
Alarm clock allows you to set up to three alarms. You must power on your phone to use the alarm clock. To set an alarm, do the following: 1. Select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Tools > Alarm Clock > Alarm 1, Alarm 2, or Alarm 3. 2. Using the Directional key, scroll left or right to set the alarm mode to on. 3. Highlight Set Time and use the Alphanumeric keypad or Directional key to enter the time of the alarm. 4. To set how often the alarm will occur (Once, Daily, Mon - Fri, Weekends), highlight the Frequency field, and scroll left or right. 5. To choose an alarm ringtone, highlight the Ringer field, and select Set > OK. 6. Select SAVE. When an alarm is set, Standby Mode. is displayed in the
7. To turn an alarm off, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Tools > Alarm Clock. Highlight the alarm you want to modify and select OK > Off > SAVE. When an alarm time is reached, the alarm tone sounds or vibrates, depending on the master volume settings. To set it to vibrate without sound, press the Volume keys to Vibrate Only, see "Phone at a Glance," p. 11. Select Snooze to turn the alarm off and have it sound again after 10 minutes. Select Dismiss to turn off the alarm.
Options to define how your device is shown to other devices with Bluetooth connectivity, you may select from the following: My Phone Name to set the name of your device that is to be seen by others, enter a name, and select OK. Discovery Mode to allow your device to be searched by other devices in the area, select On. To hide your phone from other users, select Off. Sharing to share the files in My Pictures, My Videos, and Bluetooth Inbox, select On or Off. File Receiving to set the level of security when receiving files from other devices, three levels of security are available: Always Ask to prompt you for permission each time you receive a file. Always Accept to always accept files. Always Reject to never accept files. Supported Profiles to view information and help on supported profiles. Different profiles can be considered different functions of Bluetooth. For example, the phone must have the headset profile to support a Bluetooth headset. My Business Card to edit details of your business card. You can send and receive business cards between other compatible devices. Bluetooth Inbox allows you to send and receive files from this location. Note: Operating the device in hidden mode is a safer way to avoid malicious software. Do not accept Bluetooth connectivity from sources you do not trust. Alternatively, switch off the Bluetooth function. This does not affect other functions of the phone. Important: Features using Bluetooth technology increase the demand on battery power and reduce the battery life.
To adjust volumes and to assign sounds to phone calls and alarms, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Sounds Settings and from the following options: Call Sounds to set ringtones for incoming calls, select Call Ringtone, select the desired ringtone > OK. To set the phone to vibrate when a call is received, select Call Vibrate > On. Alert Sounds select the alert type (Tone, Vibrate, or Reminder) for an incoming TXT Message, Pic-Video Message, or Voicemail. Select Emergency Tone to set the alert type (Alert, Vibrate, or Off) for emergency dialing. Keypad Volume to set the volume for the keypad, press the Directional key Up or Down (this option only works when the master volume is not set to All Sounds Off, Alarm Only, or Vibrate Only by pressing the Volume keys, see "Phone at a Glance," p. 11). Service Alerts set any of the alert options to On or Off. ERI Enhanced Roaming Indicator (ERI) alerts you to the status of cellular service. The ERI banner text displays Verizon Network, Extended Network, or Roaming. See "Banner," p. 64. This is a network service. Minute Beep to sound an alert every minute while on a call. Call Connect to alert you when a call is connected. Power On/Off to enable or disable tones when your phone is turned on or off (this option only works when the master volume is not set to All Sounds Off, Alarm Only, or Vibrate Only by pressing the Volume keys, see "Phone at a Glance," p. 11).
To set the default language of your phone menu and displays, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Phone Settings > Language > English or Espaol.
To share position information over the network, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Phone Settings > Location. Select Location On to make position information continually available, or select E911 Only to make this information available for emergency services only. For calls to emergency numbers, location information may be used by the emergency operator to determine the position of the phone. The functionality and accuracy of this feature are dependent on the network, satellite systems, and the agency receiving the information. This feature may not function in all areas or at all times.
To secure the phone electronically, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Phone Settings > Security. This feature protects your phone from unauthorized outgoing calls or unauthorized access to information stored in the phone. Enter your lock code, which is by default the last four digits of your phone number, and select from the following options: Edit Codes to change the security code. Restrictions to prevent the following functions from being used. Location Setting if set to Lock Setting, you need to enter the security code to access Location. See "Location," p. 67.
Calls to set restriction type (Allow All, Contacts Only, or Block All) for incoming or outgoing calls. Messages to set restriction type (Allow All or Block All) for incoming or outgoing messages. Dial-Up Modem to enable or disable the dial-up modem function. Phone Lock Setting if set to On Power Up, when your phone is turned on, only emergency call, answering incoming calls, and functions of viewing personal information under ICE Contacts List are available. Or select Unlocked to disable this setting. Lock Phone Now to lock the phone with security code. When the phone is locked, you must enter your lock code to use the phone again. Restore Phone to reset phone settings to factory defaults.
To set your phone to roam or search for another network when you are not in your home area, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Phone Settings > System Select and one of the following options: Home Only make and receive calls in your home area only. Automatic search for service in another network. The roaming rate applies when you are not in the home service area.
To set the voice privacy feature for CDMA calls, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Call Settings > Voice Privacy > On or Off. The voice privacy feature protects the privacy of your current phone conversation from other callers placing phone calls on the same network. CDMA offers inherent voice privacy that protects the identity of users and makes interception very difficult. This is a network service.
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) tones or touch tones are the tones that sound when you press the keys on your phone keypad. You can use touch tones for many automated dial-up services such as banking and airlines or for entering your voicemail box number and password. To set the key tone length, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Call Settings > DTMF Tones. Select Normal to send out a tone for a fixed period of time no matter how long you press the key, or select Long to send out a continuous tone for as long as you keep the key pressed.
When an event is added on the current date, to view the event information in the Standby Mode, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Calendar Preview > Main Screen > On. If Off is selected, is displayed in the Standby Mode.
To set the font size of the event in the Standby Mode, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Calendar Preview > Font Size > Normal or Large.
To monitor the amount of phone and card memory you are using for file storage, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Memory and one of the following options: Save Options to set the location of your pictures, video, and sounds, select Pictures, Videos, or Sounds > Phone Memory or Card Memory. Phone Memory to view phone memory usage. Select from the following options: Phone Memory Usage to display the total used and available memory (KB or MB, depending on the file size). My Pictures to display the size of each picture file in My Pictures on the phone. My Videos to display the size of each video file in My Videos on the phone. My Music to display the size of each music file in My Music on the phone. My Sounds to display the size of each sound file in My Sounds on the phone. You can also erase or move pictures, videos, and sounds files to a memory card. To erase files, select Options > Erase, select the files you want, and MARK or Mark All. Then select Done > Yes > OK. To move files to the memory card, select Options > Move, select the files you want, and MARK or Mark All. Then select Done > Yes > OK. Card Memory to view card memory usage.
To view information about your phone, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Phone Info to display the following information: My Number the active phone number. SW/HW Version the current software and hardware version for your phone. Icon Glossary the library of screen icons shown while on a call or when using features. Software Update to check the status of your current software on your phone. This feature will not work if you are in roaming or emergency mode. To check if there are new software updates available for your phone, select Check New.
Voice Commands Settings
To access the Voice Settings menu, select MENU > SETTINGS & TOOLS > Phone Settings > Voice Settings. Or press the Voice Command key (see "Phone at a Glance," p. 11), and then press Settings. The following settings are available: Choice Lists when your phone is unsure of the name or number you have said, a list of three choices is shown. This setting allows you to control how and if the choices are displayed. You can set the choices to be shown: Automatic is the default setting and displays a list of choices
Always On displays a list of choices Always Off always chooses the best match for selecting a contact Sensitivity use the Directional key to set how sensitive the voice recognition on your phone is. If many of your voice commands are rejected, then press Down on the Directional key to adjust the setting towards Reject Less. If your phone is not recognizing your commands correctly and is activating the wrong names or numbers, press Up the Directional key to adjust the setting towards Reject More. Digit Dialing to set how your phone recognizes your voice. Select Adapt Digits to allow your phone to recognize your voice for each number on your Alphanumeric keypad. Your phone will ask you to say a sequence of numbers, so they can be recorded. When the numbers are recorded, they will be played back to you. You can rerecord them if you are unhappy with your pronunciation, otherwise select OK. Select Reset Digits to restore the number sounds to the original factory settings (functions after use Adapt Digits). Sound to set how your phone prompts you for your voice command information. Select Mode > Prompt Mode, Readout Mode, or Tones Only Mode. In Prompt Mode, your phone prompts you for information. In Readout Mode, your phone prompts you for information and reads out the menu items as you navigate. In Tones Only Mode, your phone prompts you with beeps only. Select Name Settings to alter the way a name sounds when your phone plays it. There are two settings to adjust. Select Speed to change the speed that a name is played back. Select Volume to set the volume that a name is played back. Select Speakerphone to control if the speakerphone is On or Off when the voice recognition on your phone has been activated. About to see information about voice signal.
Check the model number of any charger before use with this phone. This phone is intended for use when supplied with power from charger AC-6U for the BL-5C battery.
Warning: Use only batteries, chargers, and enhancements approved by Nokia for use with this particular model. The use of any other types may invalidate any approval or warranty, and may be dangerous. For availability of approved enhancements, please check with your dealer. When you disconnect the power cord of any enhancement, grasp and pull the plug, not the cord.
Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC)
Warning: For hearing aid compatibility, you must turn off the Bluetooth connectivity. Your mobile device model complies with FCC rules governing hearing aid compatibility. These rules require an M3 microphone or higher value. The M-value, shown on the device box, refers to lower radio frequency (RF) emissions. A higher M-value generally indicates that a device model has a lower RF emissions level, which may improve the likelihood that the device will operate with certain hearing aids. Some hearing aids are more immune than others to interference. Please consult your hearing health professional to determine the M-rating of your hearing aid and whether your hearing aid will work with this device. More information on accessibility can be found at www.nokiaaccessibility.com.
Type designation RM-347 Dimensions width, 45 mm; length, 92 mm; depth, 18.2 mm Weight 93.5 g with 1020 mAh Li-Ion battery (BL-5C) Main Display 2.0"-in TFT, 176x220 pixels (QCIF+), 262,000 colors External Display 1.28-in CSTN, 128x128 pixels, 65,000 colors Camera integrated 1.3Mpixels with digital zoom and flash Removable Memory microSD (Trans Flash) Wireless networks CDMA 800 and 1900 MHz, and CDMA2000 1xRTT and EVDO Frequency range (Tx) PCS: 1851.25-1908.75 MHz; cellular: 824.70-848.31 MHz Frequency range (Rx) PCS: 1931.25-1988.75 MHz; cellular: 869.70-893.31 MHz GPS frequency 1575.42 MHz Bluetooth frequency range 2.402-2.48 GHz
This section provides information about battery charging times with the AC-6U travel charger, and talk and standby times. Be aware that the information in this section is subject to change. For more information, contact your service provider. Important: Battery talk and standby times are estimates only and depend on signal strength, network conditions, features used, battery age and condition, temperatures to which battery is exposed, use in digital mode, and many other factors. The amount of time a device is used for calls will affect its standby time. Likewise, the amount of time that the device is turned on and in the Standby Mode will affect its talk time.
The following charging times are approximate: Charger options BL-5C 1020 mAh Li-lon battery AC-6U Up to 3 hours
Nokia 6205 Data Sheet
Planned Market Introduction QCategory Connect
Key Features Verizon Wireless UI - supports VCAST, VOD, MOD Easy access to music with external dedicated keys 1.3 MP camera with flash and 4x zoom 58 MB end user memory Built-in speakerphone Browser (WAP 2.0) Get It Now (BREW 3.1.4) Additional Features Large, easy to press keys Wireless sync-contacts & calendar Hearing Aid Compatibly = M4/T4 Picture caller ID Text messaging, picture messaging and video messaging Expandable microSD memory, up to 4 GB Image formats supported: JPEG, BMP, WBMP, PNG, GIF (87A, 89A), SVG, PMD, BCI Audio formats supported: AAC, AAC+, MP3, MIDI, AMR, EVRC, QCELP, WMA9, WMA Pro+ (MOD), WAV, PMD (CMXv4.3.2) Standard Sales Package includes Nokia 6205 handset Nokia BL-5C battery Nokia AC-6U, ENERGY STAR qualified adapter User Guide Inbox Colors Blue Black, The Dark Knight edition
Technical Profile Design: Clean, classic fold design with an elegant smooth back and 4-way scroll Protocol: CDMA EV-DO 800/1900 Browsing: Openwave Voice Features: Voice dialing & voice commands Internal Display: 2.0, 262K TFT 176x220 External Display: 1.28, 65K CSTN 128x128 Dimensions: 3.62 x 1.77 x 0.72 Weight: 93.5g Battery: Nokia BL-5C, 1020 mAh Talk Time: up to 4 hours Standby Time: up to 11 days Enhancements Headsets: Nokia Bluetooth headsets BH-208, BH-101 and BH-602 Nokia stereo wired headset HS-49 Nokia mono wired headset HS-9 Car kits: Nokia Bluetooth HF-33W Memory: Nokia microSD memory card 512MB, 1GB , 2GB or 4GB Data cable: Nokia micro USB cable: CA-101 Adapters: Nokia adapter AD-61 2.5mm to 3.5mm Nokia AV Nokia adapter AD-62 2.5mm to 3.5mm 3 pole Chargers: Nokia car charger DC-6 Batteries: Nokia extended battery BL-10C, with extended battery cover (Nokia 6205 blue version only ) Nokia BL-5C Connectivity Bluetooth 2.0 wireless technology Micro USB 2.0 (Full speed)
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|Product Type||Cellular phone|
|Phone Design||Folder type phone|
|Integrated Components||Digital camera, digital player|
|Body Color||( the image of the product displayed may be of a different color )|
|Band||CDMA2000 1X 1900/800|
|Service Provider||Not specified|
|Messaging & Internet|
|Cellular Messaging Services||MMS, EMS, SMS|
|Wireless Interface||Bluetooth 2.0|
|Conference Call Capability||Yes|
|Additional Features||TTY compatible|
|Calculator||Yes , basic|
|Digital Player (Recorder)|
|Supported Digital Video Standards||MPEG-4, H.264, H.263|
|User Memory||58 MB - shared|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||microSD|
|Sensor Resolution||1.3 Megapixel|
|Still Image Resolutions||1280 x 960|
|Digital Video Formats||MPEG-4|
|Type||LCD display - color|
|Display Resolution||176 x 220 pixels|
|Color Depth||262,144 colors|
|Type||LCD display - color|
|Display Resolution||128 x 128 pixels|
|Connector Type||Headset jack - sub-mini-phone 2.5 mm Micro-USB|
|Run Time Details||Talk - up to 240 min Standby - up to 264 hrs|
|Included Accessories||Power adapter|
|Universal Product Identifiers|
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