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Saturday, March 29, 2008

Nokia 1110 Review

The Nokia 1110 makes full use of graphical icons and large font sizes. The Nokia 1110 has an inverted black and white display which is ideal for sunny conditions. With the new menu structure, basic features, such as managing calls and contacts, are made easier to access. Other new features include a Speaking Clock with Alarm, which announces the time in the user’s local language, as well as large fonts to allow greater readability.


General features
Battery type Li-Ion 900 mAh (BL-5C)
Battery life:
talk mode up to 5 hours
standby mode up to 380 hours
Inversional monochrome screen has the resolution of 96 x 68 pixels
Colours - blue grey, black and grey (Xpress-on)
Dimensions: 104x44x17 mm
Weight: 80 gramms

Phonebook memory for 200 names, up to 3 numbers for a name
Memory ?? 60 SMS and graphical messages
Users' groups
Call log of last 30 calls of all the types , you can view separate lists

Call management, ringing tones

20 tones polyphonic call alert
Preset MP3 call melodies
Fast dial for 8 numbers
Minute minder
Automatic redial

A capability of group message
Predictive text input T9

Organizer and extras

Users' profiles
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Date, time (analogous or digital, shown on the screen)
Organizer with alarm clock, reminders, various kinds of events
Alarm clock
Calculator, stopwatch
Currency converter


Nokia 1110 is a low-end phone, which differs from the predecessors Nokia 1100 and 1101 in the body design, inversion screen with yellow backlighting and a new simplified menu. Besides, the new phone is equipped with 20-tones polyphony. The model was announced at the same time with Nokia 1600 (you can read the review), and namely the 1110 is a plainer version of the 1600. Even in design it more resembles the 1600 than the 11xx series predecessors. This model is a candybar with slightly splay corners. Phone size is not big and forms 104x44x17 mm, while the weight is 80 grams. You can carry it in a trousers and shirt pocket if you like. The phone body is made of plastic and is smooth by touch. Traditionally for Nokia the phone has interchangeable Xpress-on panels, that is why the body creaks even at slight pressures. The general impression of the body is positive, especially if you remember that is a low-end phone