We also got to play briefly with the 6111 Nokia’s low-end GPRS slider. Phone buyers who feel that Siemens has yet to properly replace its SL55 slider will love this phone. It’s very small with just the five buttons and the screen on the facia, neatly compact and not too chunky. The buttons underneath the screen (they slide out) are ok, though nowhere near as responsive as Nokia’s 3G 6280. Like that model it can be use horizontally to take pictures courtesy of its on-board one mega pixel snapper. Once again Nokia has delivered a really strong phone that is sure to be a hit with those who think modern mobile are just too large and complicated. It goes on sale in autumn 2005.