Actual Nokia

In the race for the thin device Nokia could not stay away. And while the model 6300 is not a record thick (11.7 mm), the Finnish manufacturer of a breakthrough. So compact, stainless steel, easy to use, filled with interesting features – the Nokia 6300 phone stands proudly in the top ten best-selling mobile phones. Nokia 6300 is made in monoblock form factor. Materials used – high-gloss plastic and stainless steel. Steel battery cover and rim, framing the screen with a keyboard on the front.

Keyboard unit is made of silver plastic. Also covered with plastic screen and surrounded by the function keys. The power button device was placed on top at the end. Side buttons not particularly pleased with the manufacturer – just the right placed volume rocker, a fairly tight when pressed. Also on the sides at the junction of the back door and the cabinet could see two white stripes – it's LEDs flashing blue light in the presence of missed calls or SMS. Continue to learn more with: Randall Mays. The bottom end can accommodate three plugs – for charging, 2.5mm audio headset jack and miniUSB port, covered by a cap, which is open not so easy. The phone two dynamics: a multimedia, on the rear panel next to the camera and voice, traditionally over the screen.

The back cover is a 860 mAh battery. According to the manufacturer, with the battery phone will last 3.5 hours of talk time and 348 hours standby time – the numbers are real. The display of the Nokia 6300 – excellent.

Canine Rescue

There are currently a total of seven instructors, officially certified Canine Rescue in Disasters, Method Chest, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. In Andalusia, cities such as Jaen and Almeria do not yet have one rescue dog team (in capital or province), to intervene in case of loss of collapse / s for any reason where occurrence of the possible burial of people who require maximum speed to detect in time the location of possible survivors buried and able to carry out an effective rescue them. Should be noted that every year there are collapses of buildings in various parts of the Andalusian, usually by structural failure or explosion, but also must bear in mind the latent risk of suffering at some point a level of intensity in any destructive frequent earthquakes and unexpectedly affect inevitable the territory of the region, as has occurred for example in 1884, in Arenas del Rey, Granada province earthquake claimed more than a thousand victims, causing the collapse of approximately four thousand homes that involved the burial of numerous people and would have required urgent intervention as the first search and rescue, detection and tracking half provably effective, if not, obviously, would and would, on the contrary, the death of the same, whether for clinical reasons based on time elapsed or accidentally by an indiscriminate harmful debris removal.. .