Review: Nokia 6126
All calling features work as expected. When in a call, the right soft key activates speakerphone, the left calls up other in-call actions, and the select key brings up the main menu, allowing you to check your calendar, look up contacts or do most any other task while on a call.
The contacts application is a simple list of names at first glance. Typing in a name, especially more than the first letter, quickly sorts through the list. Selecting a name opens a summary of all the information for that contact, including multiple phone numbers, emails, street addresses and more.
Adding a contact, you a presented with a simple screen asking you for a name and phone number. If you want to add any additional information, you can do so by selecting the field from the options menu. Experts can quickly choose on an extra field to add it, and novices are no longer daunted by a huge list or multiple tabs of contact fields.
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