The Nokia 3650 was the first Symbian Series 60 smartphone to appear in American markets. It operated on the GSM 900/1800/1900 bands. It featured a built in VGA camera and a 12-bit color screen. U.S. carriers included AT&T Wireless and T-Mobile USA.
The GSM 850/1900 variant is the Nokia 3600.
It had an MMC slot under the battery, which by default contained a 16Mb MMC.
One of the common complaints of the 3650 was its circular keypad. Many owners wanted a Series 60 device with a conventional keypad.
The Nokia 3600 and 3650 have now been replaced by the Nokia 3620 (GSM 850/1800/1900) and the Nokia 3660 (GSM 900/1800/1900) respectively, both of which feature a conventional keypad and an improved 16-bit color display.