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Nokia 6120 classic - lightest ever

Nokia 6120 classic - lightest ever - read the full textNokia has made a second step into making Symbian smartphones a more affordable buy - the Nokia 6120 classic will be their new smartphone and much like the Nokia E50 it will be a fully functional smartphone on a budget. The Nokia 6120 classic is a HSDPA-enabled device that comes powered by the...


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  • 2011-07-13 19:29
  • t7XH

> In reply to annel @ 2009-01-24 10:43 from DXS} - click to readI had the same problem with my Nokia 6120 classics. I delivered it to repare , 3 time. at last i got a new one as the low is so in Denmark. 3 times the same problem , money back or a new item.
But I have another problem , and its the battery life time , its less than 24 hour , anybody knows the solution?

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  • 2009-04-26 17:28
  • pIAA

> In reply to James @ 2007-05-31 03:27 from vnFe - click to readyes man u r right.there is no time to waste our time to listing stereo fm.a person look like a crazy mad.....

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  • 2009-04-03 18:13
  • 2TuA

I have a new Nokia 6120 classic When I make a call the call goes thrugh and I can hear the person I called but they cant here me how do I turn on the mic.

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  • 2009-01-24 10:43
  • DXS}

The Nokia 6120c - (Australia Version) has a (free to air) FM Radio, just plug in a headset to allow it to start. I had to power off and restart to get the radio tuning. I've only used it once. Buggy?

Battery life / talk time - I don't think I even looked at this spec. Before we complain, consider Bluetooth, video calls, signal strength, multi-tasking all drain extra power.

Speed - much quicker responding to a key-press than my old Nokia 6230i. Little or no lag.

I've only had this phone 7 days so I cant really comment any further other than to say it works well as a basic phone and the 3G coverage seems to 'hang in' better than GSM in fringe areas. Plus it's a 'smartphone' which is all new to me at the moment. Multi-tasking, work & play applications etc certainly sound good, and I am sure it will crash occasionally like all technology. GIGO. Turn off and on - all fixed.

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  • 2007-12-15 09:16
  • wgbu

NPqQ wrote: "lets be a critic. 3hr talk time..."

Fortunately the talk time is longer in real life than in the specs. I get over 4 hours out of a single battery charge. With 3G switched off, the people at got more than 5 hours.

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  • 2007-10-27 18:23
  • Sgrv

quote: "they DON'T tell you that you have to use internet access just to listen"

That's because you don't need internet access to listen to the radio. It's got classic FM radio built-in.

You'll need to plug in a headset though, because it doubles as an aerial.

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  • 2007-10-27 18:17
  • Sgrv

I have this phone and it does have an FM radio. Perhaps in some countries it doesn't. It isn't mentioned in the manual or the specifications, but it does have a normal FM radio separate and in addition to the visual radio service.

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  • 2007-10-01 08:07
  • ygEa

its gotta radio they all say - how awesome they all say - BUT they DON'T tell you that you have to use internet access just to listen - I wanted radio as in the true sense of the radio - scan for the free to air stations and listen - simple! BUT NO - YET ANOTHER COST JUST TO USE THE SERVICES WE HAVE ALREADY PAID FOR! why do most services offered on these phones require you to pay more moeny to your provider when these services were previously free? Ok so it a 'visual' - I didn't ask for that - I wanted normal radio like the other Nokias had. I wwantto LISTEN to it not WATCH IT!!

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  • 2007-09-07 05:35
  • xSMa

I have tried the phone and it has a radio!!

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  • 2007-06-28 14:05
  • SqVd

Why nokia 6120 does not have stearo speakers and FM radio?

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  • 2007-06-03 14:12
  • mCix

Seriously?? WHY would you let a stupid thing like stereo speakers get in the way of Sybian functionality!!!! Who the hell cares about stereo speakers, their a waste of time

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  • 2007-05-31 03:27
  • vnFe

Why Nokia 6120 classic has stereo speakers and FM radia?

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  • 2007-05-27 13:53
  • mCix

As far as Best GSM phone is concerned then my vote is for Nokia 6310i + 6230i + 1100 + 1110i + 1112

In Smartphone (Symbian) Its E50 The best ever and now the comig up model 6120 Classic. But 6120 should be shipped with a good power battery, not less than 1100 mhA

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  • 2007-05-25 22:09
  • PSdH

Oh why oh why couldn't this mob have stereo speakers and comparable video resolution to the excellent 6233 - so close to being the perfect upgrade!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • 2007-05-25 00:56
  • pY%j

Nokia 6300 is good and slim.NOKIA please make something lighter and slim that fits in our pocket easily,N73 is good all features excellent but thickness unbearable and keypad shape with silver shine on its boundary so cheap and keypad so small one cannot send sms easily.NOKIA CAN YOU COME UP WITH ONE PERFECT PHONE?AND IF YOU CAN WILL YOU LAUNCH IT WITHIN COMING YEARS????

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  • 2007-05-17 10:17
  • PSdB

NOKIA 6120 is not the lightest GSM phone the lightest phone is NOKIA 6100.Why dont NOKIA make someting slimmer and something with smart keypad like Nokia 6100.Nokia only 3 cell phones made a market 6100,6230 and 6230i.Nokia attracts coz it is user friendly its software is easy and battery time is good compare to samsung and sonyericsson.On other hand MOTOROLLA comes out with beauty with metal body metal shine keypad that thing looks executive and body is all metal whereas Nokia is all cheap and bad quality plastic except sirocco 8800 which is damn expensive.Why dont Nokia makes something slimmer in slide phones and bar phones???WHY NOKIA WHY???

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  • 2007-05-17 10:10
  • PSdB

what about the music system of the phone?
give me back side photo of the phone also

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  • 2007-05-10 13:12
  • PSFY

is it true that Nokia 6120 classic has a FM radio ? (it is not noticed on Nokia server)

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  • 2007-05-03 22:13
  • m%9k

Just for our Aussie readers: this will be Telstra's Next-G Nokia when it gets released in Australia. That's the inside scoop :)

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  • 2007-05-02 07:26
  • PP$8

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