|Display Resolution||220 x 176 px|
|Thickness (metric)||21 mm|
|Width (metric)||53 mm|
|Height (metric)||104 mm|
|Grams per cubic cm||0.09 g/cu cm|
|Head SAR value (radiation)||0.568 w/Kg|
|mAh per gram||8 mAh/g|
|mAh per mm thick||38 mAh/mm of thickness|
|mAh per display square in.||98mAh/sqrin.|
|Talk minutes per Ah||825min./Ah|
|Music / Multimedia|
|Sequel to||PhoneEasy 605|
|Easy to use||Adjustable font size, Separated keys|
The Doro PhoneEasy 606 screams entry-level and simplicity just by looking at its simple and minimalist design, but it does make it up by having some pretty convenient features for those who have problems with their hearing and eyesight. It is designed to be loud by giving a special attention to acoustics, coming in with a maximum receiving amplification of 35dB, seven volume settings, and a maximum ringer volume of 83dB (this is the peak power) at one meter. It also has separated keys for easy texting, an SMS shortcut key and optional display modes for those who are visually impaired. It comes with a 800mAh battery that claims to last up to a 480 hours in stand-by (pretty juicy). Keep in mind that just like any entry-level phone, it has its limitations like its limited memory that can only store up to 100 contacts.
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