Review: Nokia 6126
Sep 8, 2006, 1:38 PM by Eric Lin
An in-depth review of Nokia's new flagship feature phone. Find out how this stylish GSM clamshell stacks up. Updated with a video review.
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Nokia has only recently cozied up to the clamshell, so it has taken them some time to find a design that is both stylish and exhibits the clean functionality so common in Nordic design. Their first designs were simple and clean, but rather clunky. The 6126 is the first clamshell from Finland to have the refined look and feel Nokia is known for.
Although it is difficult to overlook the improved style of the 6126, the improved interface deserves equal attention. This is Nokia's first phone for the US to feature series 40 version 3 and with it, cleaner, easier to use menus and an active standby screen similar to the one on S60 smartphones.
Good looks and a powerful, easy-to-use menu system make this a phone just about any user can feel good about.
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