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New Nokia Smartphone Has Dual Band HSDPA

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Apr 17, 2007, 11:52 AM   by (staff)

Nokia today announced another slim S60 phone to add to its lineup. The 6120 is a 15mm thick candybar-style smartphone running S60 version 3 feature pack 1, the same version as the N95. It features a QVGA screen, Bluetooth, microSD slot, a 2 megapixel camera, and a second VGA camera for video calling. The 6120 has quad-band GSM/EDGE and is Nokia's first phone to have dual-band HSDPA - 2100 MHz for use elsewhere, and 850 MHz for use while roaming in the US. Although this handset will work on parts of Cingular's 3G network, it is not slated for sale in the US.

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honzik

Apr 17, 2007, 12:27 PM

Take that, Cingy.

I love this line:

Although this handset will work on parts of Cingular's 3G network, it is not slated for sale in the US.

Can you blame Nokia for holding back after the severe burns that it got for trying to market the N75 through Cingular?
honzik said:
I love this line:

Although this handset will work on parts of Cingular's 3G network, it is not slated for sale in the US.

Can you blame Nokia for holding back after the severe burns that it got for trying
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OH GREAT ANOTHER $400 NOKIA PHONE that NO ONE WILL SELL! When will they wake up??
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pauldg

Apr 17, 2007, 12:39 PM

Austrailian Phone, right?

doesn't Telstra have soley an 850 HSDPA network? wouldn't this fit better there, with Euro 3G roaming capabilities? Or vise-versa: Euro 3G with Aussie 3G roaming?
this phone definitely *would* work on telstra, in fact it does seem optimized for it, but its initial release will be in europe and the middle east. it would make sense to bring the 6120 to telstra, as well as allowing "international roaming" for euro...
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Yes, a phone with WCDMA 850 - but not WCDMA 1900 - is almost certainly designed with Telstra in mind.

Officially, they're only announcing it for Europe / Asia for now, but it's pretty clear Nokia designed this for Telstra's network, for roaming at ...
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Telstra already offers these models:

http://www.telstra.com.au/mobile/mobiles/phones/sele ... »

...and the Samsung A401, A711, and A801 are on the way.
 
 
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