This is the first time to send my opinion about a specific phone but let me say the 6120c. is a good phone amazing looking and size too is perfect, the OS s60 is very good and quick my concerns are on three parts, first the phone when used for 3 min. you can feel the heat on your ears also if you are surfing the net you will feel this heat too, secondly the sound is not good and not clear at all and finally nokia main problem which is the battery duration as in this phone the battery will last for only one day max.
The battery comparment on the Nokia 6120 classic is very difficult to remove. Its too slippery and doesn't slide off easily, has anybody else found this?
Hi.... is there any pencil (edit) key in this fone to copy paste the text and to mark objects..??????????
WOOHOO!!! I GOT IT!! I FINALLY GOT IT!!..AND IT ROCKS!!!
its one hell of a phone.. its got everything.. dont hesitate.. just go for it... its affordable and the performance is amazing.
nokia u get a 10/10 for this.
Eli Go the W850i The sound quality is 10 times better with walkman phones than this Nokia, also Earphone are much better on the SE.. (camera aswell)
It is a bit bigger though..
I've had this phone for a month and it's a really good 'all rounder' I use Sony Ericsson stereo bluetooth earphones instead of the supplied cheap nokia pair - sounds as good as my ipod now. If you can't stretch to stereo bluetooth, any wired earphones with a 2.5mm plug are compatible with the 6120c
I've been thinking long and hard about buying this phone, but ultimately I feel there are too many compromises. I like that it's packed with content, but on this occasion the construction, ergonomics and battery compartment have been sacrificied. If Nokia will decide to continue this approach ('smartphone for the masses'), for sure there will be other, more homogenous models. Until then, I'll get a 6233/34 ;) Thumbs up, Nokia!
I recently buy this and it is really compact, beautiful phone for girls, I am learning and trying the utilities, i hope i will learn all the functions soon. good looking phone.
about keyboard--except the softkeys, everything else it's ok. Softkeys need some time toget use with. Otherwise, it's a nice phone and it's moving really fast on symbian.
Screen and camera are really good
good size and comfortable
good for its symbian os-but old programs
cant be installed
dont buy if your in for music-
only suplied earphones and very bad sound
How are the phones keys compared to a Nokia 6680 or a nokia 3250
I'm talking size-wise.
Not happy with this Phone..
I recently changed from an se w810i to 6120c..
I have had this phone for a week:
To start with the sound quality is quite poor (especially with the nokia supplied earphones)..
Then there is the 1 day of average use, battery life..
When talking on the phone it gets hot within 3 minutes..
Camera picture quality is quite substandard - most pics turn out grainy..
Otherwise the build quality of this phone is OK, the features of this phone are quite good, Office/PDF viewer is a great feature - as is the internet surfing abilities.
But on the whole I give this phone a 5/10..
Nokia need to implement a better battery lift - need to work on heating issues & the earphones are tacky.....
The keys, how are they in size compared to say, a nokia 3250 or a nokia 6680?
Does anyone know compared to either one?
does it have a radio becoz on most of the sites its written that it does not consist of fm radio
to all Filipinos... according to this site www.cgena.com, this unit is available already at Nokia Galleria for 13,+++ pesos, so, good luck. i'll wait for it to be 10K, most probably after a month or so:) MABUHAY NG MGA FILIPINO!!!
@ david vargas
"in comparison to other phones, how small are the keys on the 6120 classic? and is it really a problem that the left/right selection keys are in the middle instead of the corners?"
The keys on the 6120c are SMALL! I didn't quite realize how small until I held the phone in my hand and tried to SMS with one hand. No way! Regarding your second question - you hit on something there. The left/right selection keys are indistinguishable from the surrounding keys (except for the "d-pad" outer ring) and I find myself having to double check by looking at what I press, and even then, I'm forced to use my fingernail to press it, otherwise I end up pressing the adjacent keys by mistake. The keypad on the 6120c is very cramped and rather small.
One feature that really pains me about this phone is the keypad feels very toy-like - quite plasticky and it just started creaking after 1 week's use. That, combined with the back battery cover loosening up (it being cheap plastic as well) doesn't make for a comfortable or reassuring fit in the hand. It's annoying and disappointing at the same time.
Harsh? Darn right. Nokia could have done a much better job in making this phone feel sturdier than it is - nay it should have made this phone sturdier, period. If you read any review whose author hails the use of plastic on this phone then that person probably works for the plastics industry.
If you SMS a lot and make use of the phone's other goodies then you'll probably have to recharge the phone every night. Battery energy retention is Nokia's weak point.
The sound of the speaker is fairly loud, however most of the installed "ringtones" will barely be audible or not be heard at all on a busy street with the phone in a pocket or bag. I installed some shrill ringtones (real ring-ring type - not music) and these are audible but just barely. I'm rather disappointed with the speaker volume on this phone, actually. I find my older motorola L7 and the newer Z6 speaker to be much louder and crisper compared to the 6120c. (Yes I do own all three phones - so I am in a position to draw a direct comparison).