Nokia has shunted out a new addition to their mid-range mobile portfolio with the new Nokia 6125 clamshell phone, offering stereo audio streaming over Bluetooth and FM Radio.
Measuring 9 x 4.6 x 2.4cm and weighing 98g, the Nokia features a 1.8in, 128 x 160 pixel, 262k main colour screen with a secondary 1.4in, 96 x 65 pixel, 65k colour external screen.
The Nokia 6125 comes with the usual bag of multimedia widgets, including a built in music player, video recording and Bluetooth 2.0 support with EDR for improved data transfer speeds and signal quality for stereo audio streaming.
The phone features a built-in 1.3 megapixel camera offering 8x digital zoom, video recording, a dedicated camera button and hot-swappable microSD memory card.
As well as Bluetooth, there’s infrared and USB connectivity, with MMS, instant messaging, push to talk and Nokia Xpress audio messaging to keep y’all in touch.
The quadband Nokia 6125 operates in GSM 850/900/1800/1900 networks and provides a flight mode, which enables the user to work with calendar or listen to music while on the flight – although we’ve heard of airlines like Virgin insisting that you turn off all phones – including those with ‘flight modes.’
The music player supports a wide variety of music formats including MP3, MP4, eAAC+ and WMA, and comes with a stereo FM radio, Visual Radio and video ring tones.
The battery is an 820mAh jobbie which Nokia claims will serve up between 2-5 hours’ talk time and 160-280 hours’ on standby.
The Nokia 6125 is expected to ship in the second quarter of 2006, retailing for around €230 (~£157, ~$280)