The Nokia 110 is a new Dual-SIM offshoot from Finnish Nokia that comes as another easy solution when it comes to two cards. The Nokia 110 appeared on the market together with the Nokia 112 model, and both models are characterized by a maximally low price with quite pleasant features. This is something we are used to from Finns, so the Nokia 110 can be a very acceptable phone nowadays.
The Nokia 110 accepts two cards and weighs only 80 grams.
The Nokia 110 is a dual card phone that makes it easy to use both numbers and it is certainly the main trump card for buying this phone. If it is important for you not to carry two phones all the time, then it is clear that the Nokia 110 can be an alternative. The Nokia 110 is a fairly light phone (only 80 grams) and small in size, so practicality is something that is first noticed with it. The screen itself is small (1.8 inches), which is enough for you to see which line of text on it and of course who is calling you and when you are calling (otherwise there could be a problem). You can forget about the camera, in principle, because 0.3 MP can’t really be called a camera, but let them (Nokias) and let the Nokia 110 have a camera.
The Nokia 110 has a battery that can last 26 days in standby!
As expected, the battery of these phones is quite durable (which is a well-known feature of Nokia). It has a capacity of 1,200 mAh, which is enough for a phone with minimal requirements (as well as its owners) for ten and a half hours of talk time, and in standby Nokia 110 can be in operation with one charge for up to 636 hours, which is some 26 days. So, charge the phone, go on a longer vacation, and then visit the relatives (one, two, three), return home, and give the phone more power before the battery runs out.
The Nokia 110 also has an FM radio and expandable memory.
As for other things, the Nokia 110 reads mp3 and most other audio files, and it also has an RDS FM radio, so music enjoyment is at your fingertips. If, on the other hand, you want to record your music on your phone, you should know that the internal memory is only 10 MB, so you still have to “squeeze” for a memory card, which can expand the memory up to 32 GB.
The Nokia 110 is the ideal phone for less demanding users looking for convenience.
The Nokia 110 runs on the widespread Series 40 operating system, which of course does not mean anything special, but users can still count on the use of social networks with this model. Also, Internet access is possible via GPRS and EDGE. Of the connections, there are also Bluetooth and USB. So, quite enough for a phone like this, and if we look at it realistically, it is probably more than expected.
When you look at when the Nokia 110 is suitable, it is clear that these are people who do not like to fuss around with the phone too much but to satisfy the basic needs in an easy and simple way. Nokia 110 has arrived in our country as well, and with its price, it represents a real challenge for the mentioned type of people.
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