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|Compatible networks||GSM 900 (Europe), GSM 1900 (US)|
|Availability by country||1997|
|Battery||Extended NiMH Battery 900 mAh|
The Nokia 6110 was a GSM mobile phone from Nokia announced in December 1997. It is not to be confused with the Nokia 6110 Navigator. It was a hugely popular follower of the Nokia 2110, and the first of the many Nokia 6xxx series business-targeted phones. Main improvements over the 2110 were reduced size and improved talk time. It was the first GSM phone to use an ARM processor.
The phone shared the same platform as the Nokia 5110 targeted at the consumer market; unlike the 5110, however, it had the advanced user interface with menu icons (in fact it was the first phone with this new interface that would become the future standard), and featured an infra-red port (once again being Nokia's first phone with it). It was also the first phone from Nokia to have the popular Snake game pre-installed.
It was succeeded/complemented by the similar but enhanced 6150.
Nokia 6190 is a version of the phone for the North American market, although the infra-red port was removed. Several non-GSM variants were also released aimed at the North American market, including the 800 MHz D-AMPS 6120 (not to be confused with the Nokia 6120 classic), the 800/1900 MHz D-AMPS 6160, and the 800/1900 MHz CDMA 6185. This was also known as the NK702 on the Orange UK network with a slightly different fascia, however the inside was identical.
- Three games: Memory, Snake (with two-player mode using two phones and IR connection), Logic
- Calculator, clock and calendar
- Currency converter
- Works as a pager
- Profile settings
- 4 colours
- GSM 900 (EUROPE)
- GSM 1900 (US) (6190)
- D-AMPS 800 MHz (US) (6120)
- D-AMPS 800/1900 MHz (US) (6160)
- IS-95/AMPS 800/1900 MHz (US) (6185)
- Extended NiMH Battery 900 mAh
- Digital Talk Time up to 3.25 hours
- Digital Standby Time up to 200 hours
- Analog Talk Time up to 2 hours
- Analog Standby Time up to 50 hours