Nokia 6111 Review
This product is a much awaited pink version of the famous Nokia 6111 mobile phone. The mobile phone is also offered on a two year contract by T-Mobile at cheaper price. It is a slider phone weighing just 92 g including battery. Its edges are metallic in color while the rest is pink. Dimensions of the cell phone are 84 x 47 x 23 mm. Sliding up the front panel uncovers a pink keypad. Corners of the mobile phone are a bit rounded to give it a smooth look and feel.
|Network Support||GSM (850/1800/1900)|
|Screen Resolution||160 x 128 pixels|
|Colors||256K color TFT display|
|Ringtones||64 channels, MP3 (stereo)|
|Memory||23 MB shared menory|
|Connectivity||GPRS Class 10, Bluetooth, USB and Infrared|
|Players||MP3/AAC player, FM Radio|
|Camera||1 MP with QCIF video and flash|
|Browser||xHTML/WAP 2.0 browser|
|Messaging||SMS, MMS, email client|
|Others||Push-to-talk service, EDGE|
Just when Motorola Razr was trying to capture the market Nokia also released their girly version of the popular 6111 phone. Officially it was released in March 2006. The cell's color scheme and structure makes it look pretty smooth, as you may recall it's design is similar to the popular Samsung D500 cell phone. The 256K color display, though a bit small, displays crisp and bright images.
1MP camera is pretty good if you compare it with other manufacturers in 2005 (the original 6111 was released in 2005). If you don't intend to take printouts of your photographs and just want to share on the web than it is sufficient for you. The camera also has a flash light and offers 6x digital zoom. The mobile phone's sound quality was stunning, even slightly better than the famous Nokia 6230.
Pros and Cons
The cell phone just offers basic set of features at a minimum price. The lack of memory card slot will be disappointing for music lovers. Overall the mobile has a decent, slim and light weight design and is excellent for girls.