Summary: As in any other Nokia handset the reception quality was never a problem
,so the Nokia 6120 has a clear and a good quality sound.Nokia 6120 has
a price tag of around 350 USD.The direct rival for the 6120 is the Nokia
E50.But the E50 is on the market for quite some time unlike the new Nokia
6120 which has a few improvements like a 2 megapixel camera.
Conclusion: The Nokia 6120 Classic is a fantastic entry level S60 3rd Edition smartphone. In fact, it need not be considered entry level, but rather a phone for those who value portability and don't need WiFi, GPS or a high end camera which drive up both price and size. The phone is responsive, has an excellent display, manageable keypad and good battery life.
Summary: The reception quality was never an issue with the Nokia 6120 Classic – our calls sounded clear on both ends, even a bit louder than we expected. The vibration alert is average strength-wise, but you will still feel it, given that the phone is close to you. The volume outputted by the loudspeaker is way above average, like we already said, and on top of that, it produce extremely clear sound, so that even at the highest volume settings it doesn’t start creaking, which...
Summary: The Nokia 6120 Classic is probably the smallest and lightest smartphone in the world, and has the lowest S60 launch price so far. Is this amazing value for money, or cheap and nasty? Read AAS's review to find out.
Conclusion: We like Nokia 6120 classic – it is a nice and small phone, but with the functions of a real Symbian S60, using the latest current version (v9.2), which is definitely better than the previous. It is convenient to hold, easily fits a pocket and offers a good sound during conversation. Its multimedia capabilities are not like the N-series, but still you have a good music player with MicroSD slot for memory and a 2 megapixels camera although with mediocre quality.
Pros: Smallest Symbian S60 smartphone, Running on Symbian v9.2 and very fast 369MHz processor, Dual-band UMTS allows for 3G in both North America and Europe
Cons: Battery talk time of less than 4 hours, Mediocre camera performance
Excerpt: The Nokia 6120 Classic may on paper seem just like any other Nokia budget smartphone, but when you lay your hands on it you can't help but be impressed with what they have achieved, for such a low starting price point.