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Nokia announced a new mid-range S60 smartphone today, complete with HSDPA high-speed data access. The new Nokia 6120 Classic belongs to neither the multimedia N Series, nor the business E series of the Finnish brand. Good at the essentials, it’s set of features can’t be clearly linked to a particular target of users. The “Classic” attribute refers to the phone’s conservative design. On the other hand, Nokia 6120 features functions far more sophisticated than what you’d expect in this price category.
Two cameras are present on the 6120 Classic: a front-facing unit for video calling, and a 2.0 megapixel rearward-facing sensor with 4x digital zoom for easy photography. Nokia’s 6120 Classic is designed with ease of use in mind, and the full S60 smartphone UI accomplishes this well, including contact management, a calendar, task list, email access, and other tools to make managing your life easy. One of the biggest draw cards for the device is its HSDPA compatibility, delivering up to 10 times faster data speeds than normal WCDMA networks.
- Conservative and elegant design
- Impeccable construction
- Symbian 9.2, S60 3rd Edition graphic upgrade and Feature Pack
- Remarkable size and weight for a smartphone
- 2-megapixel camera without autofocus
- Instant response of user interface
- Brilliant QVGA display with reflexive surface
- 35 MB of internal memory, microSD card slot
- GPRS, EDGE, HSCSD, UMTS, HSDPA
- Document viewer: Quickoffice and PDF
- Bluetooth with A2DP support
- Solid and robust body
- MiniUSB connector
- Very good keypad
- Voice recorder with 60-minute limit
- No Wi-Fi
- No “pencil” key
- Susceptible to fingerprints
- No indication of missed events after certain period of time
- Navigation and operation keys not ergonomic enough