does this hp support wma file?? can we use wma for ringtone??? how is the sound system??? is it as good as nokia 6110???
can anyone tell me if this phone has voice tagging for voice dialling your contacts.
hi again every one ,,
after 2 weeks using that phone here is another review & they R mainly on the battry & charging ,, which is the one bad thing about that phone
1- while charging ,, the phone gets worm ( the whole phone ) espicially on the cover of the battery
2- if u use 3.5G or played a game & BT was on ,, the phone gets worm in 2 minutes
3- if u talked in it for 10 minutes , the phone gets worm
4- the battry never stayed more than a day with me ,, may be less .
5- i notice that on nokia website the BL5B is 820ma power ,, but the BL5B that comes withthe phone have the writing 890ma ?? & on gsmarena they say 890 too ??? very strange ?
6- the battery take 80 minutes to get a full charge as they say on manual , but if u left the charger in the phone & browes internet ,, the phone start to start charging every 2 minutes ,, which mean the internet really suck baatery power ( i,m not sure if other phone do the same or what cause i didn,t have the chance to try it ) even if its was on EGPRS & closed 3.G the same happened .
7- the charger AC4-E output is 890ma ( which is the battery power ) & technically i think that is wrong ? cause normally to recharge a rechargeble battery u should use 1/4 to 1/2 it,s main power to recharge to get the most of battery & make it live longer . & i tried to use the old ACP-7E with 150ma output to longer the stand by time but it was the same ,, only defferent is it took 3.5 hours to get a full charge .
8- one last thing i should mention ,, some may think my battry is not original ,, but for the info ,, i authenticated on nokia site & it,s original . & i read in other forum that some people have the same (phone gets worm ) problem during there daily use .
i really wish the people who got that phone & the technical people or any nokia Technical personal who browse this review tell me hi opinian in that or how the phone act with him in power ( charge & standby time )
one final word i shuld mention ,, the phone in all aspect is really gr8 ,, it only need some modification in the power cuircit which i hope Nokia could fix in the nxt firmware update & don,t need a hardware upgrade , cause in egypt there is noway u can get the same service u get in europe ( i don,t think nokia agents in egypt will change the BL-5C defected nokia battries like they do in europe ) ..
There is no GPS receiver on either the 6120c or the 6121c. However, there still is a possibility of loading maps for viewing only.
Both the 6120c and the 6121c have 3G but different bands (intended for different parts of the world).
However, the 6120c will come in two versions:
- one with 3g
- one without 3g -- I suppose intended for the North American market which doesn't yet fully support the technology.
Thanks for the review, blah. You have very much sold me on this phone :)
thanks bla, for the major diff 6120c/6121c
but what is use wihtout 3g in 6121c?
Does anyone knows if the pink version of this phone will be released, and when? I saw it on this website:
i found something very interesting in this Nokia 6120
what do you think
Just read that this was released in Singapore on 10 August. Does anyone know when this may be available in Thailand? I've been doing serious research on smartphones and this fits the bill, would be perfect if it only had WiFi but otherwise best compromise in a compact smartphone. So, anyone have the inside info on South East Asia rollouts?
...........Still waiting for this great phone to come out here in the Philippines. For those
in my country...Any1 know when this baby would
be available? By the way this msg. was posted
aug. 14, 07..Tnx in advance!!
Here an update.
My 6120 rebooted itself again while activating the camera.
Tell me About the Speaker of 6120,
Is it Good/Normal/Bad ? Can we compare its sound by Nokia N73 or Nokia N70 ?
Kindly Reply becuz i want to buy this phone soon... waiting for your suggestion ...
Just got the 6120 today in Singapore.
Here are my initial impressions.
Using the phone it average, some hissing is noticeable in quiet environtment. Using earpiece, it's superb though.
Below average, sounds are overflowing on the trebble end of the spectrum. Don't bother using it to play music.
Music Player 9/10
I was really amazed but the quality of the MP3 audio. I used a 2.5-ro-3.5mm converter with my sony earphones. Listening to even loud songs like Sex Machineguns or X-Japan sounds just as good if not better than stand alone MP3 players!
Primary 2.0M Camera 6/10
Dont expect too much, the camera on the 6120 is purely a novelty feature. No auto focus, weak flash. The video mode has very sensetive audio. When recording in a quiet environtment, it produces alot of hissing sounds.
Secondary QVGA Camera 7/10
As this is inteded for making video call, or as a mirror for yourself. It's sufficient.
Really fast and responsive. The fastest Nokia smartphone I've seen so far. However after just purchasing the phone, it rebooted while I was making a call. This could have been because the phone had only 2 bars of batt power. Will update if it reboots/crashes again.
Overall Build 8/10
I really like that Nokia has gone with plastics to keep the weight down on this one. I really dont like the metal parts, especially like the 6300 which makes the phone get really hot after about 20 mins on the phone. Hopefully there won't be any loosening parts due to the all plastic casing, only time will tell after more use.
6120 the best in the world in my deeb self i think that i canot live without it.
My apologies, I've never used either K750 or K800 so I'm in no position to even speculate with regards to a comparison. I will be receiving two bluetooth headsets this week, thus I will add to my "quick" opinion.
The audio is excellent via 2.5mm jack (regular stereo headset) being just short of fantastic (I would only reserve that rating for truly dedicated audio devices, not cell phones with audio capability - even then there are substantial differences).
I try not to "beat around the bush", there's no need to either - people will draw conclusions as to a phone based on a number of variables, but considering cell phones should be primarily used as a hand-held communications device, it is quite important for any reviewer to concentrate on that aspect first! Reception, call quality, device build quality, battery energy retention and underlying software quality should really be the focus of any good review - not just selling the gimmicks for a company - there are too many such products on the market already.