Nokia 6120 Classic – a mid-level 3G smartphone

Nokia 6120 Classic – a mid-level 3G smartphone
Nokia just announced its latest addition to the smartphone line – the 6120 Classic. The “Classic” label is in order to distinct the phone from the old 6120, which was a TDMA/Analog device from the previous century. The Classic line comes because Nokia wants to re-use the old model numbers for new purposes (devices). This is the second Classic phone after the 3110.

Back to the 6120 Classic: just like its predecessor, it is dual-mode (this time GSM/HSDPA) device that is suitable for America. It is quad-band GSM and dual-band UMTS/HSDPA (850/2100 MHz) which means it can use 3G data in both the States and Europe. Targeted as easy-to-use phone, it packs a lot of features, as it runs on Symbian 9.2 S60 Operating System. Among its features we can note a 2-megapixel camera, microSD slot, and QVGA display with 16 million colors, 64MB RAM and ARM 11 processor with Clock Rate at 369 MHz.

Nokia 6120 Specifications

All this comes in well-sized package at the price of EUR 260, or USD 350. It will begin shipping during the Q2.

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