Nokia 1110

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Nokia 1110
Compatible networks2G Network GSM 900 / 1800
US version - GSM 850 / 1900
Availability by region2005-2007
PredecessorNokia 1100 (1110)
Nokia 1101 (1110i)
SuccessorNokia 1200
RelatedNokia 1112
Nokia 1600
Form factorCandybar
Dimensions104 x 44 x 17 mm
Mass80 g
Operating systemSeries 30
BatteryNokia BL-5CA Li-Ion 700 mAh
ConnectivityCellular network GSM

The Nokia 1110 and Nokia 1110i/1112 are low-end GSM mobile phones sold by Nokia. The 1110 was released in 2005; the 1110i/1112 was released in 2006. Both are aimed at first-time mobile phone users. In Nokia's view, the 1110i has the advantage of ease-of-use, reliability and a low price.[1][2] These phones are very similar to the Nokia 1100. Between January and May 2007, the 1110 was sold by Nokia as their basic low-end monochrome model, before being superseded by the Nokia 1200.[3] One of its key markets is that of developing countries.[3]

The Nokia 1110 is the second highest sold mobile device of all time, selling about 250 million units.[4]


The Nokia 1110 has an inverted black and white display with amber green backlight, while the 1110i/1112 has a regular or non-inverted black and white display with green & white backlight.

It has 5 hrs battery talktime and allows Call Barring. It has a speaking alarm and clock, analog clock display, and call management timers and counters.

It comes with three built-in games:

From 2005 (for 1110): Pocket Carrom, Dice Games and Cricket Cup.

From 2006 (for 1110/1110i/1112): Pocket Carrom, Dice Games and Snake Xenzia.

From 2007 (for 1112): Rapid Roll, Dice Games and Snake Xenzia.

It supports picture messaging to send a picture greeting. It also included a Ringtone Composer, like the Nokia 1600.

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  1. ^ "Nokia Press Release (19 June 2006)".
  2. ^ Nokia launches two new handsets as part of its strategy for growth markets,, 2 June 2005. Accessed on line 4 December 2007.
  3. ^ a b Bremner, Brian (30 January 2007). "India Blows by China in Mobile Phone Market Growth". BusinessWeek. Archived from the original on 2 February 2007. Retrieved 3 July 2007. All this explains why global handset makers such as Nokia, Motorola and Samsung are shifting product development efforts and marketing strategies to emerging markets [..] Nokia, which has invested heavily in emerging markets, late last year slashed the price of its basic monochrome model —the Nokia 1110 [and] has three phones in the sub-$50 range.
  4. ^ "20 bestselling mobile phones of all time". The Telegraph. 26 January 2016.

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