Don’t let that rather dated exterior fool you, because the newly announced Nokia 3120 Classic cell phone comes equipped with all the latest technology that you’ve come to expect from the Finnish phone-maker. It’s a pretty standard-looking candybar with a large color display, five way navigator, and a rounded bottom (the bottom is similar to the 8800, except this is obviously not a slider).
A look at the features, however, will quickly unearth some totally acceptable and respectable specs. In addition to the quad-band GSM/EDGE radios, the Nokia 3120 Classic also gets North America-friendly WCDMA 3G radios (850/1900) for a high-speed connection on the go. Alternate configurations bring up 3G radios for Europe and Australia/South America. The other wireless connection comes by way of Bluetooth 2.0.
The compact Nokia 3120 makes use of the Series 40 platform and boasts features like a 2 megapixel camera, a secondary VGA camera for video calls, FM radio, MP3 player, microSD expansion, 2.5mm headset jack, Opera Mini browser, and your choice of three color schemes. Look for it in Q2 for about $222.