Nokia 1280

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Nokia 1280
First released2010
Availability by regionPakistan, India, Philippines, South Africa, Russia, Bangladesh, Vietnam
PredecessorNokia 1202
Nokia 1203
SuccessorNokia 103
Form factorCandybar
Dimensions4.22 x 1.78 x 0.60 inches (107.2 x 45.1 x 15.3 mm)
Mass82 grams
Operating systemSeries 30
BatteryLi-Ion 850 mAh battery (BL-5CB)
DisplayMonochrome 96 x 68 pixels, 1.36 inches
Connectivity3.5 mm phone connector

Nokia 1280 is an affordable ultrabasic dual band GSM mobile phone made by Nokia announced in November 2009 and released in March 2010 for developing countries. It has a classic candybar design, intended to be lightweight and durable. Its related twin is Nokia 103, which is shipped in small quantities in developed markets.

Handset specifications[edit]

  • Standby time: 528 hours
  • Talk time: 8 hours and 30 mins
  • Network: 2G Network 800/900/1800 MHz
  • Vibrating alert: (optional)
  • Speed Dialing
  • Internal antenna

Other features[edit]

Built-in stereo FM radio, speakerphone, flashlight, calendar, predictive text input, exchangeable color covers, and three games (Bold games specify their availability at a certain region: Bounce, Rapid Roll, Snake Xenzia, Beach Rally).