100 - £10
Why this smartphone is built for you
The Nokia 100
The Nokia 100 is the least expensive phone in the Nokia range. It is a basic, reliable device of a similar type to that which Nokia made its name with back in the late 90's. It is designed to do two things:
1. Make calls
2. Send texts
This phone has a 1.8 inch screen that displays in 114PPI (Pixels Per Inch). The average PPI for a modern smartphone is 255.
This phone does not have a camera.
Based upon its processor speed and memory, this phone receives an unmudlr performance rating of 1 out of 100.
The Nokia 100 has an estimated battery life of around 10 hours. The average smartphone battery life is around 10 hours. It has a battery capacity of 800mAh (MilliAmp hours). The average battery capacity is 1950mAh. The battery on this phone is removable.
This phone can store up to 500 contacts. It does not have an expandable memory card slot.
The Nokia 100 does not have Bluetooth, Wifi or 3G.
This phone comes in a dual SIM version (called the Nokia 101) that enables you to pop in two SIM cards at once and choose the one you want to use. This comes in handy if you are planning to use your phone abroad extensively or want to keep your business and personal calls separate.
The Nokia 100 has an FM radio, a 'torch' and will last up to 30 days between charges.
The Nokia 100 prides itself upon its simplicity. It will suit anyone looking for a straightforward mobile phone that does not have the additional complex features offered on some of the more expensive models. At around £10, Nokia's 100 would even make a good 'second' phone for festivals, nights out or younger family members. It is worth bearing in mind that this is a dual band mobile phone and will not, therefore, work on holidays to North or South America.