Nokia 101

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Nokia 101
Nokia 101 red.jpg
A red Nokia 101 with product box
Manufacturer Nokia
First released October 2011
Availability by country Global
Related Nokia X1-01
Type Basic phone
Form factor Bar
Dimensions 110 mm × 45.5 mm × 14.9 mm (4.33 in × 1.79 in × 0.59 in)
Weight 71 g (2.5 oz)
Removable storage MicroSD (supports up to 16 GB)
Battery BL-5C V 1020 mAh Li-Ion
Data inputs Keypad
Other MP3 player, FM radio, flashlight

Nokia 101 is an ultra-basic dual-SIM mobile phone by Nokia. It is primarily geared for users in developing countries, or for people who need a simple communications device with FM radio and music playback.[1]

This phone model is not to be confused with the 1992 Nokia 101 (THN-6B).

Features[edit]

The phone runs on a Li-ion battery that can last up to 768 hours on standby, and with talk time of up to 8 hours and 30 minutes.

The phone can play standard MP3 files with a bitrate greater than 32 bit/s, with advertised 36 hours of playback time. The device uses a microSD card for storage.

The phonebook can hold up to 500 entries.[2]

Variance[edit]

This phone is available in only two colors: Phantom Black and Coral Red.[3]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Media related to Nokia 101 at Wikimedia Commons