Nokia C1-02

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Nokia C1-02[1]
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ManufacturerNokia
First released2011, January
Availability by regionunknown
SuccessorNokia 130
Form factorbar
Dimensions108x45x13.8 mm
Mass77.5 g (2.72 oz)
Operating systemSeries 40
Memory10 MB, 64 MB ROM, 16 MB RAM
Removable storagemicroSD/TransFlash expandable up to 32 GB
BatteryBL-5C 1200mAH, BL-5CB 800 mAH, Standby 504hr, Talktime 10hr 40min
Display1.8 inches, 128x160 px, TFT, 65k colors
Rear cameraNo
Development statusavailable

Nokia C1-02 is a basic phone running on Nokia OS Series 40. It was announced on June, 2010 and was released on January, 2011. It supports two battery types of Nokia, BL-5C and BL-5CB. It has an internal memory of 10MB and RAM of 16MB. The expandable memory of the device is up to 32GB. It is available in 4 colours namely - Black, Dark Plum, Blue and Cool Grey. Its cost in July 2015 was around Rs. 2169[2] in India. Outside India it was sold at $19.99 approx (cost in August 2016).

Features[edit]

Nokia C1-02 has a TFT screen of 1.8 inches and resolution of 128x160 pixels, which supports around 65500 colors. It has bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP enabled. It is a good music phone and supports MP3, WAV, WMA, AAC+ formats. The device is Java (J2ME) enabled with MIDP 2.1 version. It has features of predictive text inputs. Also it has Voice-Memo. It can be connected to Internet via GPRS, WAP, HTML, XHTML, WML, CSS. It can also be connected to pc via PC Suite or Mass Storage.

Software[edit]

The device has support to Ovi Mail, Ovi Chat, Ovi Life Tools, Nokia messaging service, FM Radio, Opera mini, CEC Dictionary, Advanced Calculator, good improved and organised Gallery and Organizer. It also can save 1000 contacts and can do photocalls. It has pre-installed themes, but lacks 3G, GPS, wi-fi and a camera.

Inside The Box[edit]

  • A mobile unit
  • Battery
  • Headset
  • Nokia charger
  • User manual
  • Nokia leaflets
  • USB cable

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Official Website Nokia".
  2. ^ "Price_in_India".

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