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Nokia 6111

 Nokia 6111 open Discontinued
13th June 2005

The Nokia 6111 is a compact sliding handset with a one megapixel digital and a 128x160 pixel display, Bluetooth and PTT (push-to-talk). At 92 grams, it is easily the lightest of Nokia's sliding handsets, and although the specification is more limited than the 6280 and 6270 phones, we believe that the Nokia 6111 is an extremely attractive and well thought out device.

At 84x47x23mm, the 6111 is a significantly smaller than the 6280 and 6270, but this has mainly been done at the expense of the screen size, which is a smallish 128x160 pixel TFT panel in 262,000 colours. On the outside is a one megapixel digital camera with flash and 6X digital zoom - an unusually high resolution for such a compact handset.

 Nokia 6111 closed As you might expect, the 6111 runs the Series 40 operating system, but on this handset the user interface had been given a makeover. There's a WAP browser, email client and support for some types of instant messaging. In addition, the Nokia 6111 supports Java for games and MP3 and MIDI polyphonic ringtones. As we said, the 6111 supports PTT, and it also comes with support for Nokia's Visual Radio function and has an integrated FM receiver too.

It's unusual to see Bluetooth in a small device such as this, but it has it, along with infra-red and USB cable connectivity. Internal available memory is around 23Mb which is plenty for this type of device. This is a tri-band GSM 900/1800/1900 phone with GPRS and EDGE data support. Talktime is up to 3 hours with a maximum of 8 days standby time.

We rather like the Nokia 6111 - it's very much a mainstream handset that will appeal to a large market segment. Estimated availability is Q3 2005 with an unsubsidised price of around 270.

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Nokia 6111 at a glance


Q3 2005


Tri-band GSM




128x160 pixels, 262,000 colours


1 megapixel


Compact slider
84x47x23mm / 92 grams









Battery life:

3 hours talk / 10 days standby


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