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Nokia 130 Review & Specs

Nokia 130 is a low end device, having a small 1.8-inches display. But it’s time to get into much more detail.

To help with graphic calculations, it also has an ARM Mali-400 MP1 graphic processing unit running at 320 MHz.

Nokia made this cellphone in three different color options, black, red and white. Even though this phone is as big as 4.17″ long, it only contains a much smaller 1.8 inches display. This cellphone is a little thick for current standards, with a thickness of 0.55″. The Nokia 130 is much lighter than what one would expect from a phone this size.

Nokia designed this cellphone with a poor 1.8″ screen, and a 160 x 128 resolution, which makes screen pixels too big and noticeable.

The Nokia 130 doesn’t have any cameras.

This phone uses a poor 1020 mAh removable battery providing the Nokia 130 with a below average battery duration. According to Nokia, the Nokia 130 has an aproximate 13 hours talk time and a 864 hours stand by time.

The Nokia 130 uses a SIM card to connect to GSM networks.

This device is sold with Nokia Battery BL-5C , Product user guide, Nokia Charger AC-18 and Nokia Stereo Headset WH-108.

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Specifications

Device Type:Phone
Brand:Nokia
Variant:See other variants reviews
Dimensions:4.17 x 1.79 x 0.55 inches
Weight:2.42 ounces
Colors:Black, Red and White
Accessories:Nokia Battery BL-5C , Nokia Charger AC-18, Nokia Stereo Headset WH-108, Product user guide

Display

Screen Type:LCD (64K colors)
Size:1.8 inches
Resolution:128 x 160 pixels
Pixel density:114 pixels per inch
Touch screen:No

Hardware

RAM Memory:
Graphics Processor:ARM Mali-400 MP1 (320 MHz)
SD Card Slot:microSD, microSDHC (up to 32 GB)

Battery

Removable:Yes
Capacity:1020 mAh
Stand-by Time:864 hours
Talk Time:13 hours

Camera

Networks

SIM Card Type:SIM
GSM Bands:900, 1800
Technologies:GSM

Other Features

Bluetooth:Version 3.0
Radio:FM Radio
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