The Nokia 6111 is a mid-level GSM slider cellphone released in late 2005. The 6111 has sold well in Asia, Europe and in Mexico, but was not taken by any carriers in the United States. The 6111 is a compact slider cellphone that features a megapixel camera with flash and video capture, Bluetooth, and EDGE high-speed data.
The one megapixel camera offers a resolution of 1152x864 pixels, video(QCIF). The night mode on the camera allows you to still take photos in dim light. There is an attached flash with the camera but mainly consists of a light that turns on while the photo is being taken offering help only for targets that are close. There is a small reflective surface next to the lens that acts as a mirror when taking self-photos.
The phone weighs 92 g (with a LiIon) and has dimensions of 84x47x23mm. The volume has 10 levels is controlled via two black plastic side buttons on the top right side of the phone. The phone has 4 games: Champ Rally 3D, Golf Tour, Backgammon II, Solitaire. The shell comes in a variety of colors including silver on pearl white, glossy black on silver, and pink on silver.
Fine dust can get into the space between the LCD screen and the transparent plastic cover. The dust can be manually removed by opening the plastic case, but in a difficult and risky way.
Weight: 3.25 oz (92 g)
Dimensions: 3.32" x 1.85" x 0.91" (84 x 47 x 23 mm)