Nokia 6111: Quintessential Slide Phone

By: Caitlin Lucy

The Nokia 6111, a product of Finnish giant, is the quintessence of high-end features coming in a mobile phone. Of its sophisticated small size, stylish classic design, and the soft slide mechanism which reveals the keypad, the Nokia gives a sophisticated look and feel to the users. Its 1-megapixel camera and flash, and a 6x digital zoom, and with the screen (128x160 pixels) supporting up to 262,144 colors, it is enabled to display pictures in either portrait or landscape mode. Besides its ergonomic design, the Nokia 6111 is accomplished with array of features from Video Player, to Messaging, to Media Player and FM Stereo Radio; organizing tools and to Blue tooth, Infra Red and USB Port connectivity.

It comes with Conference Call facility adding up to 5 contacts.

There are number of new messaging options in the phone. Its "Push to talk" functionality connects to groups or individuals at a push of a button, while Nokia Xpress audio messaging enables sharing of voice clips with friends and family. Pictures clicked and saved can be conveniently shared via MMS, Bluetooth or email. The Nokia 6111 comes equipped with an in-built media player which allows the user to enjoy their music tracks of their favourite singers any time and in anywhere. There is FM stereo radio in the phone which allows the user to listen to their favourite radio station depending on their choice.

There are indeed many tools available in the phone that are very useful: calendar with a weekly viewing option, vibrating alert, voice dialing, sixteen voice commands and an integrated handsfree speaker. All these features does help in manging efficiently and streamlining the daily chores, plans and appointments. The Nokia 6111 is not an island-phone having no connection with others peripheral, it can be connected to PC for transferring files easily and quickly with the use of its flexible built in technology which includes Bluetooth technology, infra red, Pop-Port & USB.

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