The Nokia 6300 is a mobile telephone handset produced by Nokia. It was announced on 28 November 2006 and released in January 2007. The 6300 was a hit and became one of the top-selling Nokia models on the market during its time. The 6300 was considered to have been the successor of nokia 7600 games download models, including 6230i, and 6310i.
Like most other new Nokia phones, the 6300 eschews their old Pop-Port connector for a standard mini-USB connector. At the launch many questioned why to include the USB port for data, but not for charging. Nokia’s support for USB was desired, but slipped to a later release. The phone also has two slow flashing lights on the side, to show missed calls or messages.
144 at 25 frames per second. Nokia 6300 was a highly popular mobile phone handset throughout the world, officially the best-selling Nokia handset in 2007. Reviewers of the handset generally praised the build quality and feature set. Reviewer S21 called it “our favourite Nokia phone for a long time”, praising the user friendliness and metallic design. The 6300 was succeeded by the Nokia 6303 classic and Nokia 6700 classic. It was announced on 26 March 2008.