Nokia X1-01

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Nokia X1-01
Nokia X1-01 (used).jpg
ManufacturerNokia
First released2011
RelatedNokia C1-00
TypeBasic phone
Form factorBar
Dimensions112.2 mm × 47.3 mm × 16 mm (4.42 in × 1.86 in × 0.63 in)
Mass92 g (3.2 oz)
Memory2 MB
Removable storageMicroSD (supported up to 16 GB)
BatteryBL-5J 3.7 V 1320 mAh Li-Ion
Data inputsKeypad
Display128×160 px
65536 colors
OtherBuilt-in flashlight, MP3 player, FM radio

The Nokia X1-01 is an ultra-basic phone manufactured by Nokia for users in developing countries. It is a dual SIM phone.[1] The Nokia X1-01 features 2G or GPRS mobile connectivity. The Nokia X1-01 however does not feature any internet connectivity, web browsing or social media capabilities, and apps cannot be installed by the user. The Nokia X1-01 also does not have camera, GPS, or Bluetooth hardware available.[2]

The phone runs on Li-ion battery which can last up to 42 days with the phone on standby.

The phone can play standard MP3 files with bitrate greater than 32 per second, with advertised 36 hours of battery life. It uses a microSD card for storage. It also runs FM radio and also has some games pre-installed.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Nokia X1-01 - Full Phone Specifications, Price". Fonearena.com. Retrieved 10 September 2017.
  2. ^ "Nokia X1-01 - Full phone specifications". www.gsmarena.com. Retrieved 2019-03-15.