Nokia 1661 Vs Nokia 1208

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The race to woo over mobile users for a genuine purpose of communication is another segment of the market. This segment has a vast potential as such mobile phone producers are equally conscious to position models for their slice. Nokia 1661 is one of the mobile models created with this very objective. There aren't too many extra frills to hold the price down and made to be a budget mobile set.. However, 1661 bubbles with simplicity yet understand the needed extent of functionality. Nokia 1208 is another addition to the shelves created with the same concept of stress on functionality, but a sleeker set.

The size of display of Nokia 1661 is 1.8 inch. It is a graphical TFT screen with 128 x 160 pixel resolution and capable of analysing 65k colours. Comparatively, Nokia 1208 houses 1.5 inch CSTN screen with 96 x 68 pixel resolution and is equally capable of displaying 65k colours. Both screens feature themes and wallpapers. On the memory front model 1661 holds double internal memory at 8MB as in comparison to 4MB of model 1208. There is no provision of card slot in either of the sets to expand memory. It is natural that 1661 is capable of 500 entries in the Phonebook in comparison to 200 entries in model 1208. Both models have the same capacity of call records at 20 of each dialled, received and missed calls.

Other comparative features of these models can be viewed as gaming facility provided on both as well SMS messaging. But, Nokia 1661 is provided with FM radio, which is missing on Nokia 1208. On the other hand, model 1208 is richer by features of currency converter and handsfree provision. Comparatively, the organiser and T9 are added feathers on model 1661. If not judged on the basis of frills, both of these sets offer value for their budget price.

Lucy Brightly is a content writer and writes about latest gadgets. For information on latest pay monthly phones, you can go to leading online shops.

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