Nokia 100 – simple and durable
If you are looking for something simple and durable, then the Nokia 100 is just right for you. The phone is great for very low budget people and who need them only for making calls and text messages. This simple mobile device from Nokia is a great buy as it is loaded with all the basic features and also works well and provides great performance. It comes with a good color display and has a grid-based menu system that is fun to view and easy to read the icons. There are many fun features integrated in the Nokia mobile.
The Nokia mobile comes with Nokia money in India and Nokia life tools feature that offers instant access to the local information, which is relevant and focuses on education, entertainment, agriculture and healthcare. Now this is a unique feature in the mobile that will help people in the rural areas to be aware of things that are going on in the world and update themselves on various issues that can help them in ways more than one. The mobile supports 2G network and band GSM 900/1800 and GSM 1800/1800.
The screen is 1.8 inches TFT that comes with 128 x 160 resolution pixels and displays 65 K colors. The images displayed are bright and clear that are easily readable and sharp. It comes with a good keypad that is spaced well and makes typing text easy if you have something long to send. The keys are soft and respond well to the touch. The keys are bright and are easily readable so that you do not waste time searching the alphabet or the numbers. The front also comes with three more buttons at the top of the keypad that are the call button, menu button and the end button. It is a candy bar phone with rounded edges that helps while placing in the pocket. The colors available in the 100 are Legion blue, ocean blue, phantom black, festive pink and coral red. All these attractive colors make it very attractive.
The battery is a li-ion 850 mAh and can provide a standby time of 840 hours and a talk time of 7 hours and 20 minutes. The messaging features are the SMS only. On the entertainment side you get the stereo FM radio which is decent and provides good sound. It can store up to 500 entries of phonebook and also call records.
The Nokia 100 price is Rs. 1,350 approximately.
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