Review: Nokia 6126
The Nokia browser is still limited to WAP sites. You are not limited to a carrier's site - you can enter in the address of any mobile site you like. However you cannot browse even simple HTML pages.
When browsing WAP sites, the browser is very quick. It loads all the text before it starts download images, so you can usually start surfing even before the site has fully loaded. EDGE data and the large screen made browsing even more pleasant, but also made us wish for some html too, especially after using the new S60 HTML browser.Customize
As with recent previous versions, Series 40 version 3 supports themes, which can change every aspect of the phone - from every screen to every sound. Many themes are already available for the 6126 because other version 3 phones with QVGA displays have been available for about half a year already.
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In addition to themes, you can load your own custom wallpapers, screen savers, and your own MP3 or AAC ringtones.File Management
Files stored on the phone can only be accessed through the application that is meant to access that particular file type. The applications can also manage the appropriate files stored on the memory card. However there is also an entry in the Apps menu that will let you manage everything stored on the memory cards, no matter what type of file it is.
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