Nokia 6120 Classic, SE K660 & SE Z770i: Affordable, yet highly recommended 3.5G phones

Posted by Simpur | Posted in , , , , | Posted on Wednesday, May 28, 2008

With the recent launch of DSTCom's new 3G Services, Prima and Easi customers have been able to upgrade their mobile SIM card (for free until 31st August 2008), to enjoy Internet access speeds on their mobiles of up to 7.2 Mbps on their newly upgraded 3.5G (HSDPA) network.

For you to truly make full use of the HSDPA capabilites of this 3.5G network, we here by present to you a line up of some affordable, and highly recommended HSDPA ready mobile phones;

Nokia 6120 Classic

Main features;
  • Surf the web and download music and videos quickly over the high speed 3G or HSDPA connection
  • Document viewer: Quickoffice and PDF
  • Catch all the action on the video recorder
  • 2 megapixel camera with flash and panorama imaging
  • Make video calls
  • 35 MB of internal memory, microSD card slot
  • Convenient PC synchronisation via MiniUSB connector
At B$368.00, this phone is a real bargain. Running on the Symbian 9.2, S60 3rd Edition platform, it's very stable, and you can easily add applications like instant messengers, and Skype amongst others. Unsurprisingly for a phone in this price range, it lacks WiFi connectivity. (If Wi-Fi is what you need, then check out the highly recommended Nokia E51 which we reviewed earlier on here). Overall the Nokia 6120 Classic is a joy to use, especially with its no nonsense, and super fast interface.

Sony Ericsson K660

Main features;
  • HSDPA enabled
  • Web Optimised (Landscape Browsing and Shortcut Keys) for easy surfing
  • Google Maps for Mobile
  • 2 megapixel camera with instant photo upload to your blogsite
  • Walkman Player 3.0
  • Video Calls
  • 10 hours talk time and 350 hours standby time
  • 32MB of internal memory, further expandable through the Memory Stick Micro card slot
If you're a big Sony Ericsson fan, then this phone would tickle your fancy. You'll be able to enjoy landscape browsing when you surf the Internet from this phone. The built-in Google Maps application will allow you to find your way instantly with interactive maps that let you zoom in or out, or pan in any direction to orient yourself. Enter your current location and destination and receive point-to-point directions. The K660 is definitely an all-rounder phone, and at B$368.00, we think it's worth every cent.

Sony Ericsson Z770i

Main features;
  • HSDPA enabled
  • Picture Blogging
  • Google Maps for Mobile
  • Walkman Player 3.0
  • Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
  • Track ID music recognition
  • 320x240 pixel 262K TFT QVGA display
  • 32MB internal memory and removable external storage with Memory Stick Micro.
  • FM Radio with RDS
If the 'candy bar' design of the Sony Ericsson K660 is not your style, then the 'flip phone' design of the Sony Ericsson Z770i could be for you.

The Z770i features lets you browse the Internet with its magnetic mouse pointer, supports RSS feeds, picture blogging and e-mail access using web mail and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync. The Z770 also features Google™ Maps for Mobile. At B$388.00, the Z770i is a serious contender which will help you enjoy the full benefit of the HSDPA network.

All phones are available at Incomm with further discounts when you present your DST Card.

Comments (1)

This nokia 6120 classic is very nice.I like this phone very much.Its
has good features.I unlock my nokia 6120 from the site unlockfree.But I dont know where can i get unlocking information for this nokia 6120 classic.Anyway from this article I got the more information about this nokia phone and SonyEriccson phone.Thanks for the information.

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