The Nokia 2600 has a contact book that can accommodate up to 200 entries. Each entry can be customized with photo and ringtone assignments. The phone book can also store up to five numbers per contact, URL, email address, job title, and even address and birthday. Groups can also be created in this phone.
Given that this is a low-end phone, users should not expect a plethora of features. However the phone does have Bluetooth connectivity for easy transfer of files such as photos and audio files. Other basic features of the phone include text and multimedia messaging, alarm clock, voice recorder, calendar, task list, timer, note pad and stopwatch. There are also applications, albeit trial versions, incorporated in the phone like WikiMobile and Mobile Banking.
There is also a basic camera and video recorder that can take video clips for multimedia messaging at a length of 9 seconds. It also comes with 10MB of memory. Also in this phone are a variety of Nokia themes, screensavers, and wallpapers. There are even demo versions of games like Ms. Pacman, Tetris and Bubble Bash, although the full versions and other game titles are bought by downloading.
The phone’s VGA camera is able to take images in three different resolutions, with the highest at 640x480 pixels. There are also three quality settings available for users to choose from. The phone also comes with night mode, digital zoom, multi-shot and self-timer. The camera phone is not the most packed with features, but it is good enough to satisfy less demanding users.