Nokia 1100

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

The Nokia 1100 is an entry-level phone, designed with simplicity and reliability in mind. One nice feature of the 1100 is its silicon keypad - easy-to-use and non-slip. The sides of the phone are also made of a non-slip material, so overall the phone is nice to hold and physically easy to use. The 1100 does come with a few gimmicky features, such as a torch, but Nokia has mostly stuck to basic features, so reliability and user-friendliness should follow. If you're looking for something exciting, look elsewhere, but if you want a basic phone with excellent battery life, the Nokia 1100 is a good choice. The new Nokia 1110 improves on the 1100 in a number of ways.

Features of the Nokia 1100 include:

  • Black & white display with selectable font size
  • Phonebook with up to 250 names on SIM card and up to 50 in internal memory
  • Distribution lists and concatenated text (SMS) messaging
  • Picture Messaging
  • Predictive text input for most European languages, Arabic, and Hebrew
  • Date and time screensavers
  • Built-in alarm and reminders
  • Stopwatch and countdown timer
  • Full-size animated screensavers
  • Two built-in games (Snake II and Space Impact+)
  • Automatic keyguard lock
  • Keyguard lock with security code
  • Flashlight
  • Mono ringtones with composer
  • Speed dialing for up to 9 names
  • Vibration alert
  • Dual band
  • Weight: 86 g
  • Size: 106 mm x 46 mm x 20 mm
  • Talktime: Up to 2 - 4.5 hours
  • Standby: Up to 100 - 400 hours


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