Nokia 100

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Nokia 100
Nokia 100, front and back.JPG
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks GSM 850/900/1800/1900
Availability by Region Q3/Q4 2011
Related Nokia 101
Dimensions 110 x 45.5 x 14.9 mm
Weight 70g
Operating system Series 30
Battery BL-5CB 3.7V 800mAh (removable):
• Standby: up to 609.3 h
(25 days)
• Talk time: up to 6.7 h[1]
Display 65,536-colour LCD:
1.8 in (46 mm) diagonal,
120 × 160 px
(3:4 aspect ratio)[1]
Connectivity FM receiver[1]
Other Available in blue, pink, cyan, black, gray, and red.[2][3]

Nokia 100 is a basic 2G feature phone released by Nokia on 25 August 2011. The mobile phone is aimed at emerging markets and budget-conscious consumers, and can be bought carrier-unlocked for a relatively low price (€20 or U.S. $30 at launch).[4][3]

The phone has a color display, an integrated flashlight, an FM radio,[4] and automatic voice alarm.[5] It was released in blue, pink, black, and red colours.[4]

The device runs on the Series 30 software platform, supports up to five separate address books, and is able to store personalisation data for up to five separate SIM cards.[4] The phone also comes with the Solitaire game.[5]

In emerging markets, the phone came with Nokia Life Tools, and with Nokia Money in India.[4]

Nokia 100 is available in a number of languages depending on which territory it is marketed for. Models sold in South Asia support at least twelve languages: English, Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, Tamil, Bengali, Telugu, Punjabi, Kannada, Malayalam, Assamese and Odia.


  1. ^ a b c "Detailed specifications for the Nokia 100". Nokia. Retrieved 1 July 2013. 
  2. ^ "Nokia launches the Nokia 101 and Nokia 100" (Press release). Nokia. 25 August 2011. Retrieved 18 April 2012. 
  3. ^ a b "Nokia 100 and 101 Affordable Phones Launched". Phones Review. United Kingdom. 25 August 2011. Retrieved 1 July 2013. 
  4. ^ a b c d e Wauters, Robin (2011-08-25). "Nokia Debuts Two New Phones For Emerging Markets: Nokia 101 ($35) And Nokia 100 ($30)". TechCrunch. Retrieved 2017-06-19. 
  5. ^ a b McKenzie, Rob (2015-03-02). "Nokia 100: My trusty old not-so-smartphone". Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: The National. Retrieved 2017-06-19. 

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