Nokia 5140

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Nokia 5140
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ManufacturerNokia
Compatible networksGSM 900 1800
Availability by region2003
PredecessorNokia 5100
SuccessorNokia 5500 Sport
ConnectivityInfrared
Data inputsKeypad

The Nokia 5140 is a mobile phone manufactured by Nokia.[1] Released in 2003,[2] it has a white backlit screen, FM radio, VGA display, and a USB pop-port operating on the GSM Network. The Nokia 5140 was the successor to the Nokia 5100, but has since been discontinued.

The 5140 and 5140i were Nokia's first phones that could be NFC-enabled, via NFC shells that could be attached to the phones.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nokia 5140 User Guide" (PDF). webapps.microsoft.com. Microsoft.
  2. ^ "Nokia 5140 - Full phone specifications". gsmarena.com.
  3. ^ "Nokia's NFC phone history". 11 April 2012.