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Nokia 6126 is a thin quadband flipster

Nokia’s Series 40 flip phone, the 6126 features is not quite RAZR thin, but it does come in shy of 17mm. Which for many, is thin enough. It also sports a 2.2-inch internal display with 16.7 million colors, and an external display also with color.

You’ll be able to find service nearly everywhere you end up because the quad-band GSM support, and your high-speed data needs will be addressed with its EDGE capability. Taking pictures is a snap with the integrated 1.3 megapixel camera, and you can jam away to all your MP3, AAC, and eAAC digital tunes with the built-in music player (with an optional 1 GB microSD card). What’s more, there’s stereo Bluetooth to be had.

Nokia will be dressing up the 6126 in black, silver, white, and even beige with red accents. No word on pricing, but expect this thin flip to start shipping in Q2.

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