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Nokia intros simple, 3G 3120 classic

updated 01:10 pm EST, Tue February 5, 2008

Nokia 3120 classic

Finnish giant Nokia has announced the 3120 classic, an upcoming 3G phone which differs from many of its Western rivals in that it jettisons any special form factors or smartphone-like functions. Rather, the Classic comes in a standard candybar shape, and uses a two-inch QVGA screen paired with a regular numeric keypad. The phone does however have a two-megapixel still camera with flash, and another front-facing camera for video calls.

It is moreover capable of up to 4GB of storage, and can play music and video formats including MP3, MP4, and AAC/AAC+/eAAC+. Average users can conduct instant messaging, while professionals (and others) have access to a push e-mail client. The Classic should launch in Europe during the second quarter of the year for 150 ($222), before taxes or contracts; no North American schedules have been mentioned.



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    Nokia 3120 classic

    I bought Nokia 3120 classic series 3 months back and i am very disappointed with the result. The cover material on the back of the cell is a very low quality and keeps peeling off which gives a very ugly display. My recommendation is not to buy the cell due to this defect unless the company takes the initiative to improve it or change the material.

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