The phone is Bluetooth compatible, which enables you to connect with other devices (like a headset, laptop, etc) wirelessly within a 30 foot range.
The handset comes with a small VGA camera (640 x 480 pixels resolution), with the internal screen acting as a viewfinder; you can use external display for self-portraits. The handset offers three image-quality options (high, normal and basic) and three modes (standard, portrait and night). The handset offers a gallery for storing and editing images.
You can store 500 contacts in the phone book. You can also record videos (128 x 96) using this phone, but the quality is poor.
The Nokia 6102i is USB compatible, which facilitates fast file transfers and easy sharing of files with other devices. The handset also has an infrared facility. It is IM compatible and supports AOL Instant Messenger, MSN Messenger and Yahoo Messenger. The Nokia Xpress audio messaging feature enables you to record your voice and to send it as a message.
The handset is also MMS compatible enabling you to send and receive multi-media messages (containing text, audio, video, and images). The handset supports SMTP, POP3 and IMAP4 protocols; this enables you to check third party email accounts.
The phone also comes with a speaker phone feature. The handset supports voice dialing and accepts voice commands. You can also record calls using this phone. You can download MIDI and MP3 files and use them as ring tones. The handset also offers Truetones and polyphonic ring tones.
Unfortunately the handset does not have an MP3 player; although it comes with an FM radio feature that allows you to preset up to 20 stations.
Speed dial, call conference, last number redial, call waiting, calculator, countdown timer, alarm (with snooze), stop watch, caller ID with photo, keypad lock, and vibrating alert are other useful features of this handset.
The 6102i allows you to download Java games and applications and also features GPRS and EDGE compatibility.