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Nokia 6111

14 June 2005
Written by David Hall

The Nokia 6111 is yet another handset released at Nokia Connection 2005 yesterday. The handset is another simple yet very sophisticated handset, which to me looks like it's going to be the next best accessory for every woman! From the look of this handset and the Nokia 6280, it really seems that Nokia are going all out on the mobile-imaging experience, both handsets look like a digital camera from the back.

The 6111 measures a cute 84 mm x 47 mm x 23 mm and weighing only 92 grams. The display still remains quite large due to the form factor of the 9111, it's another slider. The display comes in at 262,144 colours, and 128 x 160 pixels; perfect for capturing images with the integrated 1mpx digital camera. The handset uses the soft touch slide concept, hiding the keypad until it's needed. There are numerous buttons below the display which allow you to make use of many of the handsets features without sliding it open.

The 1mpx digital camera, as mentioned, has a 6x digital zoom function and what looks like a flash light for low lighting situations. Video can be captured for more than 60 minutes if there is enough memory available. A small chrome window can be seen just below the camera lens for those fun self portraits. A dedicated camera key means you can use the 6111 as a real camera - hold it horizontally, open the application and shoot!

Approximately 23MB of internal memory is offered for images, video & other file formats including Java games and applications. Pre-installed Java applications are: World Clock II, Advanced Calendar, and Visual Radio. Java™ MIDP 2.0 is the environment supported, so you can acquire many applications and games from other sources to install on the 6111. Four Java games are pre-installed.

A video player for streaming & locally stored video supports 3GPP, H.264 video, MPEG-4, and AMR formats. A FM stereo radio is used in conjunction with the Stereo headset found in the sales package.

The chic 6111 handset brings SMS, EMS, MMS, and e-mail messaging to the consumer over GPRS, EGDE, and HSCSD data. With the latter you can plug the 6111 into a PC or laptop and use the handset as a modem for your internet connection. Bluetooth, Infrared, and USB/Serial data-cable connectivity ensure you're never short of a connectivity technique. You can transfer images and video over Bluetooth and Infrared to other compatible devices from the file browser. Synchronization with a PC and laptop with PC Suite software is a quick operation.

64-chord polyphonic ring tones can be played back on this baby, but if you're cooler than that MP3 and AAC files can be used as tones. Gaming tones and true tones also make the cut. Themes for the UI come pre-installed as per usual, and more can be found online. Voice commands (16) & dialing (25) make up some part of the PIM application suite, which brings calendars, to-do lists, memos, and much more into your daily life style. Up to 60 minutes of voice can be recorded, and there is an integrated hands free speakerphone with external volume keys.

Expect the tri-band GSM Nokia 6111 around the 4th quarter of 2005.

FYI .:. Nokia 6111
(ETA  4th quarter 2005)


Basic specifications
Network system GSM 900/1800/1900MHz support (tri-band)
Form factor Slider
Size 84 x 47 x 23 mm
Weight 92 grams
Display 128 x 160 pixel 262,144 colour LCD
Battery type used Lithium-ion battery @ 700mAh
Talk/usage time* Up to 180 minutes
Standby time* Up to 8 days
 
Accompanying features
Connectivity options Bluetooth, Infrared, USB/Serial Data-cable
Camera support 1mpx digital camera with 6x digital zoom
Data support GPRS and EDGE protocols
Exchangeable covers No
Internet applications WAP 2.0 browser
Memory
  Internal -
  External -
 
Yes, 23MB dynamic memory
Not supported
Messaging capabilities SMS/EMS, MMS, e-mail, and instant messaging
Ringing tones Polyphonic-64, MP3, AMR, and True-tone
Synchronisation with PC Yes
System for...
  Add-on applications -
  Gaming -
  Phone -
 
Java MIDP 2.0
Java MIDP 2.0
Nokia Series 40
Extras supported
(not listed above)

* As per manufacturer’s specifications (with supplied battery)
^ Final specifications to be confirmed


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