A new mid-end Nokia handset saw daylight today. The Nokia 3120 classic is the new member of the company's mobile phones portfolio. Armed with a modest amount of features it will try to win customers with a good price-to-features ratio.
Nokia 3120 classic will sport a 2" QVGA display, capable of showing up to 16M colors. Connectivity is ensured by Bluetooth v2.0, USB port and a 2.5mm standard audio jack. An FM radio is another intriguing picture of the handset. The built-in camera will be a 2 megapixel one with video recording capabilities.
The quad-band phone will also support dual band 3G and will come in the following color versions - Graphite, Plum/Powder white, Deep red and Chestnut brown. It will also have support for push email and a microSD card slot for extending the built-in memory.
The Nokia 3120 classic will start shipping from Q2 of 2008 at an estimated price of 150 Euro before taxes or subsides.
this is the 'dream' video call 3g phone which people not going for espensive one
its a very great phone with all feature and great keypad and user frienly at this price,can go youtube,internet..up tp 8gb memory card,no phone at this price
yes ,no need buy expensive one,its with all feature we needed,if complaint no wifi,just wait for this phone spoil and buy new models or use pc,not nessarry for use once a while(i been told can buy optinal wifi)