There’s also a media player, plus two cameras, one for video calls and a second two megapixel camera with 4x zoom for your snaps. And it promises easy set-up, so you can quickly take advantage of your fast connection for downloading emails and web browsing. Based on S60 software, you can also personalise your handset with the additional applications available for download.
“Mobile phones have taken on a much larger role in our busy lives,” said Peter Ropke, Senior Vice President, Mobile Phones, Nokia. “We recognize that having the capability to utilize the mobile phone in many ways gives consumers a better balance between work and play. With the HSDPA technology, S60 operating system and the wide range of features of the Nokia 6120 classic, consumers will be able to make their daily lives more manageable.”
The Nokia 6120 classic is expected to begin shipping in the second quarter of 2007, sim-free for around 260 Euros.