The Nokia 6260 is a smartphone that features a unique, innovative design. Because it's a smartphone, which combines the features of a cell phone and a PDA, the 6260 is like having a mini-computer in your pocket. The 6260 is ideal for business users, people on the go, or anyone who wants a truly excellent cell phone. First, the telephone--the most important feature of any cell phone is its reception. In this area, not all cell phones are created equal. It is here that the 6260 really shines. Even in trouble spots, where other phones may drop a call or lose the signal, the 6260 is able to maintain the call. With the 6260, users will notice many fewer instances of dropped calls, although no phone can claim no calls will be dropped.Now, onto the design. The design of the Nokia 6260 is unquestionably innovative. Not merely a clamshell, the 6260 features a screen that rotates on two separate axes. This allows for different modes of the phone to be utilized, both as phone and as camera. The camera is automatically turned on when the screen is swiveled out, making the camera easier to use than many other phones. Another notable design element is the location of the antenna--it's located in the mouthpiece. This keeps the potentially harmful radio waves away from the user's head.As for the PDA portion of the phone, the Nokia 6260 uses the Symbian OS. Symbian is intuitive to learn, so even users new to it should be able to use the higher-end features right away. The phone has email, and a document viewer, so the user can take his or her office on the road.