Nokia’s Old Flagship Devices

Nokia introduced new cell phone Nokia 6151. All mobile users will appreciate the Nokia 6151’s minimal design. The sturdy casing has a smooth, soft black finish accented by chrome trim around the glossier face. The keypad is easy to use, with firm, tactile buttons, and the four-way navigation button and dedicated soft keys make it simple to access the Nokia 6151’s features. The Nokia 6151 is an economical mobile phone emphasizing its 3G connectivity, so its feature line up is quite basic but well-rounded.

Standard mobile personal organization tools are included, like a calendar, to-do list, and alarm clock, and the Nokia 6151 also has a convenient push to talk feature for more versatility and ease of use. A variety of games, including soccer, golf, racing, and Snake III, and support for other downloaded Java games are also a part of the Nokia 6151’s feature list. Like all modern mobiles, the Nokia 6151 has a camera that is capable of taking pictures, as well as video, and can also stream video with terrific playback quality.

Unfortunately, the camera is only 1.3 megapixel and lacks any type of flash and the video camera is on the back of the phone, making video calls impossible. For a 3G handset, most users would expect a better camera with video calling capabilities, but the Nokia 6151 is designed with price in mind, as well as functionality. A music player is another must-have feature on today’s mobile phones.

The Nokia 6151 has a surprisingly great sounding MP3 player with an integrated FM radio and Visual Radio to easily identify the name and artist of your favorite songs. Supporting all common media formats, you can enjoy your tunes through the clear loud speaker or through the included Nokia stereo headphones. The Nokia 6151’s primary focus is on connectivity.



All types of messaging are supported, including email and Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging, so it is never a problem to stay in contact. Web surfing and downloads are extremely fast with 3G and EDGE technology and a WAP HTML browser. You can also transfer files and interact with other devices via Bluetooth or use the USB port to connect to your PC. Simple and reliable, the Nokia 6151 may not be a flashy handset with the best features, but it is an affordable 3G phone with all the basic tools a mobile user needs. A simple camera, a great music player, and the latest in connectivity make the Nokia 6151 an overall great mobile phone for the user with practicality and productivity in mind.


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