Hollywood Actors          Hollywood Actress          Bollywood Actors          Bollywood Actress          Tollywood Actors          Tollywood Actress          Kollywood Actors          Kollywood Actress          Sandalwood Actors          Sandalwood Actress          Malluwood Actors          Malluwood Actress

Nokia 1100 AND Nokia 1100 Features AND Nokia 1100 Models AND Nokia 1100 Use AND Nokia 1101

The Nokia 1100 (and a closely-related variant, the Nokia 1101) is a durable and very simple GSM mobile phone produced by Nokia with a 96 x 65 monochrome screen. It is targeted towards developing countries and users who do not require advanced features beyond making calls and SMS text messages, alarm clock, reminders, etc.

The 1100 is similar to the now discontinued 5110/3210/3310 models that were among the most popular cell phones in the world a few years ago before handsets developed several new features such as cameras, polyphonic ringtones and colour screens.

Nokia1100 new.jpg

Over 200 million Nokia 1100 cellphones have been sold since its launch in late 2003, making it the world's best selling phone handset,as well as the best selling consumer electronics device in the world, beating Sony's Playstation 2 (138 million), Apple's iPod (170 million) and Motorola's RAZR (120 million).

Nokia's one billionth phone sold was a Nokia 1100 purchased in Nigeria.

As of early 2009, it has been in the news due to a firmware flaw in a batch of phones that were manufactured in a plant in Bochum, Germany. The phone can be programmed to receive messages directed to a different phone number, thus receiving sensitive bank or other data. This flaw was brought to authorities' attention after some phones were sold for over US$32,000 . There is only one source, Ultrascan, that all these articles fall back to.


The 1100 features a built-in flashlight - activated by pressing and holding the "c" key once, or by pressing it twice to lock it on when the keypad is unlocked. It can also be accessed via a menu item.

The 1100 and 1101 are only able to play monophonic ringtones, which can be selected from the list of 36 pre-installed ring tones or from the 7 self-composed ones.

It features Nokia's traditional-style navigational keypad, which uses a single button to connect and end calls, bi-directional keys and vibrating alert.

The Cingular branded version features a built-in AOL Instant Messenger client.The 1100 is compatible with the Nokia Xpress-On covers (including matching battery compartments). In addition to the default light blue, orange or black, there are also a dark blue, yellow, red, green and pink offered by Nokia, as well as many 3rd party covers.

It has been specifically designed for developing countries: its keypad and front face have been designed to be as dustproof as possible, and its sides are non-slip for humid weather.

Other features include a 50-message capacity (inbox and drafts, with 25 messages in the sent items folder), alarm, stopwatch, calculator, 6 profiles, contacts storage (capacity 50, with the ability to assign different tones and icons to different contacts),and games (Snake II and Space Impact+).


There are five distinct variations within the series: the 1100a, 1100b, 1100i, 1101, and the 1108. They differ as follows:

The 1100a operates on the GSM-900/1800 network.

The 1100b operates on the GSM-850/1900 network

The 1100i adds a built-in Nokia prepaid tracker

The 1101 replaces the green backlighting with a white backlighting and adds a simple WAP 1.1 browser

The 1108 also replaces the green backlighting with a white backlighting.


The phone uses a GSM method of activation via SIM card. The Nokia BL-5C battery has a long standby and talk time - this battery is used in more advanced models that have increased power needs for their features, but in the basic 1100 it consumes a fraction of the power and therefore lasts for up to 400 hours between charges. The 1100 is offered for use with a wide range of mobile phone networks. The 1101 has support for Wireless Application Protocol (WAP).

Nokia 3210 specifications

The Nokia 3210 was a highly popular cellular phone, first launched in 1999. A combination of cutting-edge features such as internal antennas and T9 (predictive text) ensured the 3210 huge commercial success (approximately 160 million units) especially across Western Europe and North America. The 3210 can also attribute much of its success to an advertising campaign which was aimed predominantly at young people, a first in the mobile phone industry. The inclusion of 3 games, changeable covers, internal antenna, customisable ringtones and competitive prices led to the handset's huge popularity with those aged 15-25.

Nokia 3210 3.jpg


The Nokia 3210 has a volume of 104cm3 and a total weight of 153g. The handset measures 123.8mm x 50.5mm x 16.7mm (min), 22.5mm (max) and features customizable fascias which clip on.

Notable features

3 Games came preinstalled: Snake, Memory (pairs-memory game), and Rotation. The addition of such games encouraged high sales within a youth market which was enlarging at a very fast rate. Some versions of the 3210 included "hidden" games, React and Logic. They were activated by special software using data cable.

The 3210 was one of the first mobile phones to feature an internal antenna. This distinguished the handset from others which featured large, awkward and unsightly antenna. Reception, although poorer than that of its predecessor, the 3110, was still very good.

'Picture messages' sent via the SMS texting service, were implemented in the handset, allowing users to send preinstalled pictures to one another. These included a 'Happy Birthday' picture amongst others.

The handset was competitively priced and aimed particularly at teenagers and young professionals. This was at a time when few young people had access to a mobile phone, which was generally identified with older professionals and business people.

The 3210 was the first to allow users to compose their own ringtone, a substantial benefit as previously customized ringtones could only be sent via SMS and at a charge.

The 3210 was originally designed with a vibrate alert function. Nokia decided not to implement this feature on some handsets within certain jurisdictions. A few months after its UK release, some mobile phone repair shops offered customers a handset upgrade to the vibrate function for a small fee.

Handset specifications

Standby Time (hrs): 55-260

Talk Time (mins): 180-270

Charge Time (hrs): 4

Ringtone Composer

Dual Band: Yes

Vibrating Alert (optional)

Speed Dialing

3 Games

Internal Antenna

Green back light

Interchangeable Fascias

Major differences between N95 8GB and N96


Dual-LED camera flash (single LED in the N95 8GB)

New audio DSP

Longer music playback time (14 hrs) and video playback time (6 hrs)

Windows Media WMV9 video codec added

Hardware acceleration for video codecs for H.264 and WMV

Mobile TV DVB-H 1.0 receiver built in

S60 3rd Edition is upgraded from Feature Pack 1 to Feature Pack 2

linu v88.0.12.0

The Java ME engine is upgraded from MIDP 2.0 to MIDP 2.1

User data is preserved when upgrading firmware (this feature is also present on the N95-2 as v21 installs UDP base files)

Open C/C++ support

New QuickOffice application opens all types of Microsoft Office files

New version of Nokia Video Centre (show & edit videos)

New release of Nokia Experience software

Micro 2.0 Hi-Speed USB (write 3 Mbit/s, read 4.1 Mbit/s - N95 8GB use full-speed USB)

MicroSD memory card slot (as in original N95, while N95 8GB has no card slot)

RSS 2.1 Reader

FM radio upgraded with RDS

N96 is a dual-band HSDPA (900 and 2100MHz, while N95 was a single band 2100MHz)

No need to open the slide for optimal GPS reception

Nokia N96 has VGA front camera (N95 8G has CIF)

Video Flash lightguns

Upgraded Bluetooth stereo audio

FOTA (Firmware Over the Air)

OMA E-mail Notification v1.0

OMA Device Management v1.2

OpenGL ES 1.1 plugin

Dual Transfer Mode (MSC 11)

Support SPP Bluetooth profiles


CPU: N96 has dual ARM9 264MHz with no floating point instructions (N95 has dual ARM11 332Mhz with vector floating point)

N96 has 8x image digital zoom and 4x video digital zoom (while N95 has 20x digital zoom and 8x video digital zoom). Although the benefits of this is debatable.

Same battery as original N95 (950 mAh), but the N96 reportedly has a much better battery life using the same battery due to software improvements under Feature Pack 2 (Nokia N95 8GB has 1200 mAh)

No hardware 3D graphics accelerator

No infrared port

No light sensor to adjust screen brightness when outside

N95 classic has lens cover and much more qualitative shutter (N95 8G/N96 don't have this feature)

No manually selected MMS messaging mode. If you write a long text message it will automatically select the MMS mode which could stop the recipient from receiving the message if they do not have MMS set up on their handset. (A Nokia USA employee stated that there is an update in the works to fix this very soon[citation needed]) It's assumed that this automatic selection of MMS mode is due to Nokia's Smart Connectivity)

VoIP 2.1 support for WLAN and Cellular. However, the built-in VoIP client from N95 which allowed the end-user to make internet calls directly without installing any additional software has been removed from N96. Nevertheless, the VoIP API still exists which can be used by software developers in their applications.

The pencil button that is used to mark/unmark items and highlight text is not included. But this action can still be done however, by pressing and holding down the # key'.

Nokia E75 Bundled Software

Bundled Software

Internet Radio



Adv. Call Manager

World Mate

Adobe PDF



Wireless Keyboard

Barcode Reader

Email for Nokia

MfE (Mail for Exchange)

Global Race - Raging Thunder

Nokia Maps (Turn by turn navigation one year)

Nokia Sports Tracker

Nokia 2310,Nokia 2310 Omissions

The Nokia 2310 is a mobile phone designed for lower budget markets. In many countries it is a suitable choice for children, for example, because it is given away with many prepaid mobile phone tariffs.

Nokia 2310 front.jpg


Dual band, GSM 900/1800

Size 105 x 44 x 19 mm

Weight 85 g

Battery talk time 4 - 6 hours

Battery standby: up to 400 hours

Colour screen capable of displaying 65,536 colors, 96 x 68 pixel resolution, 4 lines

FM radio

Phone book with space for 200 entries

MP3-grade ringtones

Loudspeaker to allow hands free calls

SMS and picture messaging, with space for 60 messages

Animated screensavers and wallpapers

3 built-in games

Alarm clock


MP3 player using headphones


Nokia 6600 fold AND Nokia 6600 fold Features AND Nokia 6600 fold Specification

The Nokia 6600 fold is a mobile phone by Nokia. The phone runs the Series 40 platform. This is the fold or clamshell version of updated Nokia 6600 series.

The device is sold in three color variants: blue, black and purple.


Open Nokia 6600 fold

Type Specification

Modes GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 WCDMA 850 / 2100

Weight 110g

Dimensions 87.7mm x 44mm x 15.9mm

Form Factor Clamshell

Battery Life Talk: 4 hours Standby: 300 hrs (12.5 days)

Battery Type Li-Ion 860 mAh

Display Type: LCD (Color OLED) Colors: 16 million (24-bit) Resolution: 240 x 320 pixels (QVGA)

User Interface Nokia Series 40

Memory 18 MB (built-in, flash shared memory)

Bluetooth Supported

USB Built-in Micro-USB connector

Packet Data Technology: EDGE (EGPRS) class 32

Side Keys clamshell opener key on right

Memory Card Slot Card Type: microSD up to 4 GB. 512 MB card included (depending on service provider)

FM Radio Stereo: Yes

Music Player Supported Formats: MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA

Camera Resolution: 2 megapixel with 8x digital zoom

Video Capture VGA resolution / 15 fps

Java (J2ME) Version: MIDP 2.0

Headset Jack Yes

Colors Available Black and Pink


Screen 2.13 inch QVGA LCD (16.7 million colors)

Camera 2 megapixels

Operating system Series 40

Memory 15MB internal

Networks UMTS 850/2100 GSM 850/900/1800/1900

Connectivity Bluetooth 2.0, Micro-USB

Battery BL-4CT 860 mAh

Physical size 87.7 x 44.0 x 15.9 mm

Weight 110 g

Form factor Clamshell

Related Nokia 6500 slide, Nokia 6600 slide

Nokia 6234 AND Nokia 6234 Specifications Sheet

Nokia 6234 is similar to Nokia 6233, but was made available exclusively to Vodafone subscribers. It can however be unlocked for use with other networks. It differs from the 6233 having a stainless steel front cover, Vodafone logos and Vodafone branded software.

Specifications Sheet

Feature Specification

Battery Nokia Battery BP-6M-S

Talk time GSM: Up to 4 hours, WCDMA: Up to 3.1 hours

Standby time 340 hours (2 weeks)

Weight 110 g

Dimensions 108 x 46 x 18 mm

Screen size Diagonal 2 inches (51 mm), 31 x 41 mm

Screen resolution QVGA 262,144 color TFT LCD, 240x320 pixel resolution

Availability Current

Form factor Candybar

Operating System Series 40, Third Edition

GSM frequencies GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz, WCDMA 2100 MHz

GPRS Yes, class 10 32-48 kbit/s

EDGE (EGPRS) Yes, class 10 236.8 kbit/s

3G Yes 384 kbit/s.


WLAN Varies according to region.

Camera 2 megapixel resolution, 8x digital zoom

Video recording Yes, VGA 640*480 @15fps

Multimedia Messaging SMS, MMS+SMIL, IM and E-mail

Video calls Yes

Push to talk Yes, (Push to Talk over Cellular - PoC)

Java support Yes, MIDP 2.0

Built-in internal memory 6 MB

Memory card slot MicroSD up to 2 GB

Bluetooth Yes v2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate

Infrared Yes, Class 1

Data cable support Yes

Browser WAP 2.0 XHTML

Email Yes

Music player Yes, stereo

Radio Yes, stereo

Video Player Yes, plays 3GP and MP4

Stereo Speakers Yes, two speakers

Polyphonic tones Yes, 64-tones polyphony, MP3/AAC files be used as call melody

Vibrate Yes

HF speakerphone Yes

Offline mode Yes

Synchronization Nokia PC Suite and SyncML



Nokia E65 Other features

Other features

Add-on solutions enable integration into enterprise private branch exchange (PBX) infrastructure

Ambient light sensor on front (sometimes mistaken for a forward-facing camera)

Backlit keypad (activated when ambient light is low)

User-upgradeable firmware using Nokia's software updater on a Windows PC.

Nokia 6600 slide AND Nokia 6600 slide Common Features AND Nokia 6600 slide Specific Features AND Nokia 6600 slide Specification AND Nokia 6600i

The Nokia 6600 slide is a mobile phone series by Nokia. It includes the original 6600 slide (released April 2008) and its successor the 6600i slide (released May 2009). The phone runs the Series 40 5th edition platform, including Feature Pack 1. This is the slide version of updated Nokia 6600 series, and has been designed to replace the Nokia 6500 slide.

Nokia 6600 slide.JPG

Common Features


xHTML browser over wTCP/IP stack supports WAP release 2.0

WML (WAP 2.0) browser


Quad band GSM / GPRS / EDGE: GSM 850, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900

Dual band UMTS: UMTS 850, UMTS 2100

Developer Platform

Series 40 5th Edition, Feature Pack 1


2.2" (240x320 pixels) QVGA display supporting up to 16.7 million colours


Music player supports MP3, MP4, AAC, eAAC+ & WMA audio formats

Video playback supports H.263, H.264, MPEG4, and 3GPP formats and codecs

Video streaming supports 3GPP and H.263 formats

FM Radio

Double LED flash

Video Recording supports VGA at 15fps, and QVGA at 30fps


Micro USB 2.0

Remote SyncML data synchronisation via Bluetooth

Specific Features



3.2 megapixel (2048x1536 resolution) camera, with 8x digital zoom


90 x 45 x 14mm


20MB internal memory expandable to 4GB using microSD card

Power Management

BL-4U Battery

Up to 4 hrs talk time on GSM, and 3 hrs on WCDMA

Up to 10 days standby time

1000 mAh




5 megapixel (2592x1944 resolution) camera, with 8x digital zoom


90 x 45 x 14.2mm


20MB internal memory expandable to 16GB using microSD card

Power Management

BL-4U Battery

Up to 4 hrs talk time on GSM, and 3 hrs on WCDMA

Up to 12 days standby time

1000 mAh


Screen 2.2 inch QVGA LCD (16.7 million colors)

Camera 3.2 megapixels

Operating system Series 40

Memory 20MB internal

Networks UMTS 850/2100 GSM 850/900/1800/1900

Connectivity Bluetooth 2.0, Micro-USB

Battery BL-4U 1000 mAh

Physical size 90 x 45 x 14 mm

Weight 110 g

Form factor Slide

Related Nokia 3600 slide, Nokia 6500 slide, Nokia 6600 fold

Nokia 6301 AND Nokia 6301 Features AND Browsing Connectivity AND Memory Nokia 6300 AND Memory AND UMA AND Connectivty Identifying The 6300 and 6301

Other Features


There is an xHTML browser for internet browsing. It is capable of displaying many web pages as intended with some side to side scrolling. It handles mobile designed web pages without scrolling. It handles google.com both in mobile and classic form without incident. Its rendering of Nokia.com was different from a desktop brower's rendering. This appears to be strictly an Adobe Flashplayer related issue.


Getting the phone connected is accomplished by several channels. There is a miniUSB plug behind a cover at the bottom of the device. Nokia does not specify if this device is USB 1.0, 1.1 or 2.0 compliant.This is one avenue for connecting the 6301 to the a computer.

The Bluetooth radio is another avenue for connection. This device implements Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR supporting these profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, DUN, FTP, GAP, GAVDP, GOEP, HFP, HSP, OPP, SAP, SDAP, SPP.

Sideloading of information may be accomplished by way of the microSD or microSDHC card. This device supports up to 4 gigabytes.


Device memory is up to 30 megabytes for end user purposes. Flash memory of 64 MB for handling the device firmware is also present.

Nokia 6300

The Nokia 6300 is virtually identical in exterior appearance to the Nokia 6301. There are several internal and functional differences causing it to occupy a different functional niche than is occupied by the Nokia 6301.


The user memory available is 7.8 megabytes. The microSD storage capacity is 2 gigabytes.


The Nokia 6300 doesn't have it. Phone calls and over the air connection to the carrier data service is limted to GSM, GPRS, EDGE and HSCSD.


Connectivity is limited to Bluetooth, There is no 802.11b/g (WiFi) associated with this device.

Identifying The 6300 and 6301

The battery compartment label in these devices has information about the device. This will include the Model, the type and the FCC ID. The list following summarizes that information and the major differences among the various types.

European/Asian 6300

Model 6300

Type: RM-217


900/1800/1900 MHz - no WiFi

7.8 megabytes user memory

2 gigabytes microSD maximum

North American 6300

Model 6300b

Type: RM-222


850/1800/1900 MHz - no WiFi

7.8 megabytes user memory

2 gigabytes microSD maximum

European/Asian 6301

Model 6301

Type: RM-322


900/1800/1900 MHz + WiFi

30 megabytes user memory

4 gigabytes microSDHC maximum

North American 6301

Model 6301b

Type: RM-323


850/1800/1900 MHz + WiFi

30 megabytes user memory

4 gigabytes microSDHC maximum

Related Posts with Thumbnails