Other nice touches include the hot-swappable microSD memory card (none supplied, though), the ability to transfer files to and from a PC even when the SIM card has been removed, Nokia’s great FM radio, and a decent music player with a 3.5mm headphone jack actually on the handset body.
Emails can have attachments, and the applications folder includes QuickOffice for viewing MS Office documents as well as a PDF viewer. The whole thing is of course powered by the S60 operating system…
In use the 6120 turned out to be a great performer – call performance was really excellent, and the hands-free works as well as the 6233’s.
• Classic but not old-fashioned. A good bet for the business user
105 x 46 x 15mm
TFT, 16M colours 240 x 320 pixels
2MP, 1600×1200 pixels, video (QVGA), flash; secondary QVGA videocall
3G with HSDPA, quadband GSM, USB 2.0 with A2DP, USB
Standby up to 250h, talk time up to 3h
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