Compact Mobile Phone Nokia 6120 Classic Black
The Nokia 6120 Classic's battery officially provides a standby time of 9 days in GSM and 3G mode. The Nokia 6120 Classic has a 16 million colour QVGA (240 x 320) screen. The Nokia 6120 Classic is Bluetooth 2.0 compatible, and supports Bluetooth stereo wireless
The Nokia 6120 Classic Black has a 16 million colour QVGA (240 x 320) screen. It has a 2 mega pixel main camera and flash, which can also capture video at 320x240, and there's a secondary camera on the front for videophone calls.
The 6210 resembles the Nokia E50, but it has even more powerful features such as HSDPA, Bluetooth, 16 million colour display and an amazing 2.0 Megapixel camera. All these fitted into a small light and compact device.
On the bottom of the Nokia 6120 Classic Black phone there's the charging jack, a USB port to connect the phone to a PC, and a 2.5mm stereo audio jack for headsets (you can use 3.5mm headphones if you buy an adaptor). The Nokia 6120 Classic is Bluetooth 2.0 compatible, and supports Bluetooth stereo wireless headphones through the A2DP and AVRCP standards.
Ring Tone Type - Polyphonic (64 channels), MP3, AAC
Customization - Download
Vibration - Yes
Phonebook - Yes, Photo call
Call Records - 20 dialed, 20 received, 20 missed calls
Card Slot - microSD (TransFlash)
Battery - Standard battery, Li-Ion 890 mAh (BL-5B)
Standby - Up to 250 h
Talk-time - Up to 3 h
There are also various special effects including Bass Boost, Reverb and Stereo Widening. Playback can be sequential or random, and you can loop playback as well. The sound quality is good, but as with other S60 phones there's a one second gap between tracks and a one second delay between pressing a button and the music player responding.
The Nokia 6120 Classic's battery officially provides a standby time of 9 days in GSM and 3G mode. It has 3.1 hours talk time in GSM mode, and 2.4 hours in 3G mode. How long the battery lasts in real life depends on what you use it for and how long you use it, it will vary tremendously from person to person. This reviewer charged the phone every couple of days.
Using the Nokia 6120 Classic Black keypad was generally fine, although people with very large fingers may have trouble with the small buttons. One slightly annoying thing was the position of the blue soft keys, it takes time to get used to them not being in the top right and top left corners. If you want to get this phone, please order on online http://www.phoneandbeyond.com/
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