Nokia 6120 Classic Mobile Phone

Nokia 6120 Classic Mobile Phone
February 28 00:00 2008 Print This Article

Nokia 6120 Classic

Slim, light and pocket-friendly, Nokia 6120 Classic is a 3G mobile Smartphone that runs on the Symbian S60 operating system, familiar from Nokia’s more high-end N-series and E-series Smartphones. It offers advanced features that might be hindered by its small size and shape.

Weighing 89 grams and having a dimension of 105 x 46 x 15mm, this phone’s small screen compromises its ability to function as a Smartphone. It delivers impressive screen specifications: 320 x 240 pixels and 16 million colours, but at two inches corner-to-corner it is just too small to display some information well enough. However, the phone is worth a try, especially for people who are in search for a Smartphone that is pocket-friendly.

Going back to the screen issue, comfort is always been compromised when reading text on its small screen. Despite the fact that retrieving information via 3G is remarkable and the browser could be switched into widescreen view, the small screen hinders its full capability. Nevertheless, the phone in general will always b considered above the line and highly recommendable.

Nokia 6120 classic is perfect for the fashion savvy. It’s available in a choice of black, pearl white, pink and sand gold colourings. The well-sized number keypad, which feels plasticky, is perfect for using in voice calls.

It has a built-in memory of 35MB and a microSD card slot on the back. It also have a music player and FM radio too, which can only be used with the provided headset (to use another headset, you need a converter from 2.5mm to 3.5mm connector). Battery life is good: we got a little less than nine hours of non-stop music from a full battery charge.

The built-in 2-megapixel camera, which is placed in front can be used for video calling and shooting stills. The images resulting from the camera could be heavily compressed and might turn out to be dull.

Here are the other application pre=installed in the NOkia 6120 classic: calendar, to-do list manager, mobile e-mail, note taker, calculator, clock with alarms, voice control, voice recorder, unit converter, IM, Adobe PDF reader and QuickOffice. Connection to a computer is possible via the Nokia’s PC Suite software.

All in all, Nokia 6120 remains a good choice, but people who are note accustomed with small screens might air reservations and consider it as an issue.

 

 

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