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Nokia 6120 Classic

 Nokia 6120 Classic Discontinued
17th April 2007

The Nokia 6120 Classic is an understated phone with hidden depths - the absolute antithesis of the flashy but shallow Nokia 8800 Sirocco Gold.

It's hard to believe, but this unremarkable looking handset might just be the best phone that Nokia have ever made. Hold on to that thought for a while.

 But the Nokia 6120 Classic (UK Only)

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6120 Classic

UK Only

It weighs just 89 grams, but the Nokia 6120 Classic is an dual-band HSDPA/UMTS (850/2100 MHz) phone with quad-band GSM plus GPRS and EDGE data. There's a quite large 2" 240x320 pixel display in 16 million colours, plus a 2 megapixel primary camera (with flash) and a secondary one for video calling, microSD expandable memory (up to 2GB), Bluetooth, a multimedia player and an FM radio. To top all that, the Nokia 6120 Classic is also a Symbian S60 smartphone (so you can add your own applications). That's an impressive package for a handset that weighs so little.

 Nokia 6120 Best of all, Nokia are pricing the 6120 Classic at about €260 / £160 before tax and subsidy, which makes this an exceptionally good value for money handset.

The HSDPA support on the Nokia 6120 Classic allows download speeds of up to 3Mbps or so, and the dual-band UMTS capabilities mean that it can be used in the United States as well as Europe. Quad-band GSM support means that you can use it away from UMTS networks pretty much anywhere in the world. All in all, the combination of high-speed data, multimedia support, camera and screen is very impressive and it will deliver everything most consumers need.

It's worth mentioning the weight again - the 89 grams Nokia 6120 classic is 10 grams lighter than the popular 6230i, a whopping 21 grams lighter than the 3G 6233 and only one grams heavier than the basic Nokia 5070.

There are a few drawbacks. There's no Pop-Port on the bottom of the 6120 Classic (so it won't fit with a standard car kit), talktime is only 2.4 hours on 3G and 3.1 hours on GSM (which is good enough for most people). Some people might find it a little bit bland looking too.

But, as we said earlier, it's quite possible that the Nokia 6120 Classic is the best phone that Nokia have ever made when you take into account the combination of features and price. We think this is one destined to be a top seller.

Nokia say that the 6120 Classic should be available from the end of Q2 2007.

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Nokia 6120 Classic at a glance


Q2 2007


GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
UMTS 850 / 2100




240x320 pixels, 16m colours


2 megapixels


Lightweight monoblock
89 grams / 105 x 46 x 15mm



Memory card:








Battery life:

2-3 hours talk / 9 days standby


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