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Nokia reveals thin, US-friendly 3G phone

updated 08:00 am EDT, Tue April 17, 2007

Nokia 6120 Classic

Nokia this morning launched its second phone this week with the advent of the 6120 Classic. The emphasis this time is on a simple but elegant design, according to the company. Where most 3G wireless phones are typically complicated smartphones, the 6120 is a straight bar phone that can easily fit into a pocket at 15mm (0.59 inches) thick. The benefits of faster Internet access are still present, however, with a front VGA camera to complement the 2-megapixel rear model. This latest handset is also ready for music with a microSD card slot and stereo Bluetooth.

Click through for launch details and a gallery in the phone's black and silver colors.

The 6120 should go on sale this spring for the equivalent of $352 before cellphone plans. Although targeted at Europe, both the phone's quad-band GSM and dual-band HSDPA Internet (3G) operate on US networks, suggesting an eventual North American release.

by MacNN Staff





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