Nokia launches latest handset: Nokia 6125

Jan 16, 2006
Nokia launches latest handset: Nokia 6125

Nokia launched Monday its latest handset Nokia 6125 with phone, Bluetooth and MP3 player. Equipped with digital zoom, video recording and Internet capabilities, the phone can be used for entertainment and information as well.

Sleek and compact outside, the Nokia 6125 offers excellent performance and a compelling feature set - including a 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth wireless technology and digital music player - in a modern, folding design. The quadband Nokia 6125 (GSM 850/900/1800/1900) is expected to start shipping during the second quarter of 2006.

The Nokia 6125 offers a range of connectivity options, including Bluetooth wireless technology, infrared and USB, making communication with other devices quick and easy. With multiple messaging cababilities - including MMS, instant messaging, push to talk and Nokia Xpress audio messaging - consumers can conveniently keep in touch with others. The Nokia 6125 also features Macromedia Flash Player, enabling users to enjoy rich Flash content on their mobile phone. Mobile email is easy to access while on the go with the Nokia 6125 phone's integrated email client that also supports attachments. The quadband Nokia 6125 operates in GSM 850/900/1800/1900 networks and provides flight mode, which enables the user to work with calendar or relax with music while on the flight, making the new classic phone an ideal companion for any world-traveller.

Adding a touch of entertainment to the classic style, the Nokia 6125 offers music lovers a built-in digital music player, supporting a large variety of music formats including MP3, MP4, eAAC+ and WMA. To enhance the sound experience, the Nokia 6125 supports stereo audio over Bluetooth wireless connectivity and features a stereo FM radio, Visual Radio and video ring tones. Music files as well as images and videos can be conveniently stored on a hotswappable microSD memory card.

Source: Nokia

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