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Nokia 3120 Classic: Cheap 3G and video calls

Categories: Devices, Nokia, Symbian
By: , IntoMobile
Tuesday, February 5th, 2008 at 7:30 AM


Nokia just announced the 3120 Classic, not on their press site, but on their press bulletin board. I found this to be slightly weird, but on to the news:

The 3120 Classic has a 2 inch 240×320 screen, 2 megapixel camera on the back, video camera on the front, memory card slot and will be available in graphite, plum/powder white, deep red and chestnut brown. All that for 150 euros, not too shabby. I wish I had more tech specs to share, but this is all for now, promise to update this post once I get more details.

Update: We’ve got more details. The device runs S40, comes with Opera Mini preinstalled, Bluetooth 2.0, 2.5 mm headphone jack, 16 million color screen, quad band GSM/EDGE and dual band 3G, there will be 3 versions of this phone: one with dual band 3G 850/2100, 850/1900 and finally 900/2100, 1000 mAh battery, weighs 85 grams and is 111.3 x 45.4 x 13.4 mm. Pretty amazing for 150 euros when you think about it, it is quite handsome if i do say so myself. Comes out in Q2.

More pictures here.

Data sheet: PDF.

[Via: Nokia Press Bulletin Board]

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Stefan Constantinescu (@WhatTheBit on Twitter) has loved technology since as far back as he can remember. It started with computers, but in the past few years his passion has turned to mobile devices. As a mobile phone enthusiast who lives and breathes devices that connect to the internet, he knows he is not alone with this radical fascination of all things wireless. He is strongly opinionated and enjoys a good debate so leave comments in his posts and he’ll get back to you! Stefan began blogging as a hobby in the fall of 2006 and joined IntoMobile in the summer of 2007. Later he got a job at Nokia in March 2008, but as of June 2009 he has rejoined the IntoMobile team. He is currently based out of Helsinki, Finland.