Speaking more technically, the Nokia 6125 is a Series 40 3rd Edition phone. So it is not a smartphone, but a mid-range smartphone! The biggest difference between a Series 40 phone and an S60 phone (a smartphone) is that you can install applications on a smartphone.
Nokia 6125 camera
The 1.3 megapixel camera has a better resolution than the one-year-old Nokia 6630 smartphone. The resolution of the Nokia 6125 is 1280 x 1024 pixels and it is very good for a mid-range phone.
The 6125 main display is fine – it’s an active TFT display that supports up to 260,000 colors. The phone has 2 displays and the external display is a CSTN display that supports up to 65,000 colors.
The display has the active standby function previously available only on smartphones. Active Stanby allows access to favorite applications or calendar entries directly from the idle screen.
More features of the 6125
Messaging capabilities include MMS, IM (instant messaging), push to talk, Nokia Xpress audio messaging, and email. One cool new feature is Flash and Macromedia Flash Player support.
Is this a music phone?
The phone has an MP3 player that plays popular music formats (MP3, MP4, eAAC +, and WMA). Music files can be stored on a hot swappable microSD memory card.
The 6125 is Bluetooth enabled and you can use wireless stereo headsets on the phone
The 6125 may not have the latest look like the Razr, but it offers a lot of advanced features for a mid-range Nokia. Flight mode is something that most mid-range phones lack, but it is available on the 6125.
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