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Nokia 1110 review

 Review: October 2005  
 

Rating: 5 stars

In a nutshell: The Nokia 1110 is an entry-level phone designed with simplicity and ease of use in mind.



 

Review

The 1110 replaces the Nokia 1100 and is a better phone in a number of ways: improved battery life, the addition of a handsfree speaker, changeable covers, and uprated ringtones and games.

The screen is small, but the inverted black & white display is easy to read. Menus and navigation are simple and easy to use, especially the icon-driven phonebook. The keypad is very nice, with a square design and good sized non-slip keys, and the 4-way scroll key is very easy to use. Everything about this phone speaks simplicity, and it's easy enough for a child (or her grandmother!) to use. It's also nice and lightweight, and the battery life is excellent. There are few features other than the basics, but it's an ideal first phone, or a good choice for people who just want to make occasional calls.


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Average rating from 127 reviews:

Reviewed by Rennie from India on 12th May 2015
well..I am still using the 1110 C series Nokia, but I dnt have the USB cable...searching for compatible cable to share pics. Can anybody suggest me?
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Reviewed by alikk from Pakistan on 27th Feb 2015
king is back.
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Reviewed by Marie-Louise from Engand on 18th Aug 2012
Can't use it to its best, need user manual
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Reviewed by kunal from india on 18th Feb 2012
love this phone ready to give my galaxy note to any one but not this
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Reviewed by KLISTIRR from UK on 22nd Aug 2011
I've had this phone for three years now and the most impressive feature is battery life. I spend very little time talking so if the phone is turned off at night the battery keeps the juice flowing for at least 10 days. Sadly, I managed to forget it in a trousers' pocket and it got "laundered". It died on me. RIP.
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Reviewed by Marko from UK on 17th May 2010
Great phone!
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Reviewed by maria FROM STOCKPORT from UK on 29th Apr 2010
MY HUSBAND BOUGHT A NOKIA 1110 PHONE 4 YEARS AGO. HE LOVE`S THE PHONE SO MUCH THAT ALL THE NUMBERS OF WORNE AWAY AND IM HAVIN TROUBLE GETTING A NEW COVER FOR IT, SO IF ANY BODY CAN HELP THAT WOULD BE GREAT. IVE GOT HIM A NEW PHONE BUT HE WILL NOT USE IT AT AL. SO PLEASE PLEASE CAN SOME BODY HELP THANKS. EMAIL Aprescotts@aol.com
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Reviewed by Harry from UK on 18th Feb 2010
I had this phone for a long time and even though it was old it was a phone that was decent and worked! i bought it for 7
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Reviewed by chandru from UK on 4th Oct 2009
its good
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Reviewed by xXx FaiRy xXx from UK on 29th Sep 2009
nice one
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Reviewed by Teddy P. RAF from UK on 29th Jan 2009
The Nokia 1110 must be the best value on the market. If you just want a phone to send texts and make calls, you won't beat it. It also has an excellent battery life. I can't fault it! For it's price and features it is worth five stars.
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Reviewed by james bond your mum from UK on 22nd Jan 2009
good budget phone,nothing to complain about.
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Reviewed by Gertrude Jennings from UK on 10th Jan 2009
It is a great phone and i had it for 25 years and i truly loved it i took it everywhere and although simple it is very easy to understand and it is perfect for calling and soft buttons for texting
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Reviewed by soumick from UK on 1st Dec 2008
had it for a year or so, great phone.long battery life, reliable, cheap, and when it comes to taking a few knocks, its joe freizer of the cell world. if u want a phone thats just a phone, then its a damn good one.
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Reviewed by Mark from UK on 20th Jul 2008
Good phone, provided by work for messaging and making/receiving calls, and it does very well.. Does anyone know how to get the inbound message to display who it is from instead of just showing the number it came from? cheers
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Reviewed by Frank from UK on 24th Jun 2008
Phone cost me 10 and is fine for phone calls and texts. It's as tough as old boots too - I've left it in touser pocket and washed it in the machine 3 times! (Only on warm cycle, though, but including pre-wash). An hour on top of the radiator and off we go again.
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Reviewed by Edwin from UK on 14th Jun 2008
A nice first phone. Very handy.. addictive.. once you get used to the ease in navigation this phone provides, you are bound to have spoiled fingers. any other phone will feel uncomfortable, in fact i even found other Nokia products a little uncomfy when compared to the 1110.
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Reviewed by Colin from UK on 14th May 2008
The Nokia 111o mobile is excellent. If you want an un-complicated mobile this is it. It has excellent battery life and because it is cheap and has nt got many functions it is less likely to be stolen because thieves want high end phones
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Reviewed by nidhi shah from UK on 8th May 2008
it is simple & vey easy features to operate.
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Reviewed by nokia review from UK on 4th May 2008
hi this is my first mobile phone ever so i did not konw what to expect i have been out and about looking in the phone shops and this one was the cheepist one on my list moveing on i like this phone it is very easy to use but it still took me time to got used to. ((((((((be worned)))))))
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Reviewed by not bad from UK on 4th May 2008
not bad
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Reviewed by kuldeep from UK on 13th Apr 2008
I like this mobile .
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Reviewed by Hassan Shahid From Pakistan from UK on 8th Apr 2008
I use this phone and I find it a very light weight, beautiful, low cost and strong phone. I recommend you to buy it and enjoy it.
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Reviewed by CHRISTOPHER UMEYOR from NIGERIA on 10th Jan 2008
I love this phone very much that I also bought it for my wife and her younger sister living with us. The simplicity is amazing, the ringing tone's and even the games is wonderful. The battery last longer than I thought and the phone itself is cheap to compare other phones in the market.
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Reviewed by macic7 from PRC on 7th Jan 2008
This is a great phone if you only need to make calls and send text messages. Battery life is also excellent.
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Reviewed by Omair from UK on 23rd Dec 2007
Standard fone, like the acient 702 but much smaller and lighter, highly recommended for just talking and texting, not too expensive either, and goo battery life!
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Reviewed by tom from australia on 13th Dec 2007
insane phone only one problem the keypad somtimes isnt responsive enough when im playin snake xenzia so i dont press a key hard enough when im smashin out a high score n me fingers n palms are goin all sweaty so spewin but other than that is sik i dont even want a good phone wen i have this ps my high score 4480 n that bloke who rekons he has 30 000 high score is full of ****
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Reviewed by kashmiri from UK on 6th Dec 2007
Since 2002 I was used to more up range Nokias - until I came across this 1110i ("i" means the colours are not inverted, the rest is the same). It was somewhere in South Asia, and this phone turned out so sturdy and reliable as no other. Pros: Excellent dust-resistant keypad - typing sms is a pleasure; clear display; really lightweight; excellent battery life; good sound quality; handsfree; extremely fast operation (incl. startup and switch off). Cons: address book is rather limited (only 200 entries in the phone, and no multiple numbers under one name); no visual calendar (only "reminders" are there); and no wap. Recently got replaced by supposedly even better models: Nokia 1200 (b/w) and 1208 (colour). Functions are almost the same.
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Reviewed by jason middleton from klingon on 2nd Nov 2007
i got this phone as a standby phone while my n95 was in for repair. the battery life is good but the phone is rubbish
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Reviewed by Blerta from Kosova on 16th Oct 2007
I had an LG and tread it with Nokia 1110. Yeah, someone said Nokia is Nokia! I love the battery long life and it's just perfect for makeing and receiving calls.
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Reviewed by Mark Garvin from South Africa on 12th Sep 2007
Great phone , no frills, no nonsense, lightweight, good looking, excellent battery life, easy to use, very happy I bought it.
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Reviewed by tyrone from malta on 11th Sep 2007
i had for a month i dont have problems loud ringtones charging time good plus battery life is very long what i found a bit bad was the light in the keypad is a bit low
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Reviewed by vijay_yadav_777@yahoo.com from india on 7th Sep 2007
Hi, i am using nokia 1110i or the last 4 months,it's a greatvalue for money.It has a good battery and rest of the features are fine .Also the game of snake xenzia is highly addictive .If you thought that four thousand or five thousand is the high score,think again:D. I have the scores of 58,715 31,6654 29,370 23,365 20,1301 as my high scores in snake xenzia classic and modern type
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Reviewed by Lamin Jallow from The Gambia on 6th Sep 2007
Nokia phones are so far the best phones I ever have.
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Reviewed by Rony from Philippines on 25th Aug 2007
This was a nice, unique phone. unfortunately Nokia has stopped producing it. The only ones that are still available today are the 1110i and 1112. i like this one and the 1108 better though.
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Reviewed by NADEEM from INDIA on 14th Aug 2007
I HATE IT.. I OWN IT.. BUT ITS WORST TACTICS ... INVERTED DISPLAY IS REALLY WORST.. AFTER OPENING THE BOX I FOUND INVERTED DISPLAY.. AND DELEAR TOLD AFTER OPENING U HAVE TO PURCHASE, HE WASNT READY TO SHOW ME DEMO ALSO. AND I GET IN THAT NET. I WANT A SOFTWARE OR ANY SOLUTION SO I CAN CHANGE ITS SCREEN TO NORMAL. I KNOW MANY PEOPLE WILL REFUSE IT. BUT IT CAN BE DONE. FOR PROOF JUST PLAY SNAKE GAME. AFTER OVER IT WILL SHOW THE SCORE. AND WATCH IT.. THE SCREEN IS GREEN AND FONTS ARE BLACK. MEANS ITS POOSIBLE TO CHANGE 1110 SCREEN TO 1110I. BUT WITH SOME TWEAKS OR UNLOCK CODES
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Reviewed by Debashish Roy from India (West Bengal) on 30th Jul 2007
Excellent for basic facilities. Does not have fancy items like camera, FM, etc. But for basic uses like staying in touch, SMSing, etc I feel it is the best as it is compact, small & light weight. Debashish Roy
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Reviewed by agung surya mahendra from indonesia on 23rd Jul 2007
simple but ellegant, in indonesia we say 'mantab bener'
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Reviewed by Sarah from UK on 21st Jul 2007
No, it doesn't have a camera...it doesn't have internet capabilities, it doesn't have GPS, it doesn't have video or even a colour screen. What it does have is the ability to make and receive calls and text messages, easily and without complication. If that's all you want - and as this is my work phone, it is - then this is the phone for you. I have an all singing all dancing Motorola for personal use, but this is great. It does exactly what I want it to, plus I've dropped it so many times at work and it still works. Simple, light, basic and functional. And it's a nokia.
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Reviewed by Jill from mozambique on 27th Jun 2007
cool phone outstanding view made for ladies and so hot
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Reviewed by nicec from australia on 27th Jun 2007
all you people that say it is poor you are wrong
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Reviewed by R.H. from Malaysia on 18th Jun 2007
I love it. Simple to use. Excellent battery life. Excellent reception.
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Reviewed by Reghu from India on 17th Jun 2007
This cellular handset provides all basic needs of Mobile users.
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Reviewed by chilaz23 from zimbabwe on 6th Jun 2007
this is an excellent and reliable phone. its userfriendly and the outlook is simply beautiful.SO SEXY to cut the long story short. i like it.
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Reviewed by Declan from Ireland on 21st May 2007
Fantastic battery life, easy to use. Back to basic. If you just want to call and text only, get it. Keypad is good and great build quality. I used to own a few expensive ones, gave me more grief. I'll hang on to it.
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Reviewed by Adil Khan from United Kingdom on 13th Apr 2007
Good Phone!! I got this after me Nokia 6600 went kaput when I was in India so I bought a cheap replacement and at Rs.1800 about 25 quid this phone is a steal. Loved Snake Xenzia, lost me sleep over it. The only annoying thing I have is acsending ringtones. I want the ringtones to be in one volume. Anyway to fix that. Apart from that 5-Stars
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Reviewed by mind you own buissnes from england on 9th Apr 2007
best phone I'v ever had!
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Reviewed by Kashif Amin Khan from Pakistan on 27th Mar 2007
I buy SonyErricson J210 andafter Six Month I Exchange with Nokia 1110. Nokia is Nokia
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Reviewed by Buddhika from Sri Lanka on 11th Mar 2007
This is the best phone that I ever had. Because this phone is very user friendly and fun to push. Very cheap one in our country, that means it's about Rs.5000/= ($50). So when comparing with the cheapness I can give FIVE STARS to this phone. I recommend to everyone to buy this phone!
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Reviewed by Chrisjan from South Africa on 9th Mar 2007
Great fone!!!Basic,although it has a: *Great usefull COMPOSER *3 GAMES;very high standard for black and white *LIGHT *ALARM *Much more!!!!! VERY, VERY, easy to use. If you just want a basic fone, I recommend it. But, best of all : Its VERY LOW PRIZED for its QULITY and features
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Reviewed by GMan from South Africa on 7th Mar 2007
Not bad, basic functions. Only problem is that it sometimes restarts itself and then comes up with a message saying, "6 Message Sending Failed."
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Reviewed by aafu from pakistan on 6th Mar 2007
it is good set but internet facility is not available. it is necessary.
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Reviewed by Prashant Prabhakar from India on 15th Feb 2007
Well I love my Nokia 1110 handset. It is cheap in cost as well as it serves my purpose to talk with my beloved ones. I create my own profiles which I can personalize and I use it according to the place and time. I put it on silent as well as I put it on vibration mode. It has no camera and therefore I never face any problem taking it away with me to any security zone. I love this mobile phone very much.
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Reviewed by Usman from Pakistan on 12th Feb 2007
Love it! There is everything going for this phone. The 10.1MP camera is very good indeed. Also it connect via WLAN to ur network wirelessly. The multimedia is very impressive as well. But the best thing that i like is that this is the best phone for the business user who has no time for anything else than making calls and receiving them!
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Reviewed by FATFACE from BRAZIL on 6th Feb 2007
I HATE THIS PHONE DONT BUY IT
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Reviewed by DACIAN from India on 31st Jan 2007
I have never purchased such a mobile phone ever in my life. The reverse monochrome display is the most striking feature of this cell phone. The slim form factor makes this phone attractive. A must-have for all those who want to purchase a user-friendly, attractive and technically advanced mobile phone.
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Reviewed by Rad from England on 29th Jan 2007
Had mine for 6 months now, no problems. Does exactly what it's ment to at a competitive price. If all you want to do is make / receive calls and send text,this is the phone
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Reviewed by madhu from india on 24th Jan 2007
this is a good basic phone. I am using it for last 3 months. Its facilities much more for its rate. Some problems i noticed are 1. Its clock is not working properly. Missed calls times are shown entirely wrong. 2. At restart it shows one message sending failed. On clicking view it becames normal. 3. Message sending is a bit slower.
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Reviewed by Umair Haider from Pakistan on 21st Jan 2007
In this phone i have downloaded MP3 songs and this phone is wonderfull.
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Reviewed by Rajeev Vardhi from India on 26th Dec 2006
Its a good starter. One can have it as a calling and messaging machine. Its good at those basic parameters. The battery backup is really good. And I am sure it would last more than you on this earth. I recommend this phone to all starters who are looking for a mobile to stay connected and nothing else.
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Reviewed by PrEm from UK on 22nd Dec 2006
GOOD phone but it dosenot have fm radio nor can we download ringtones moreover it cannot store more than 10 messages.it is quite a sturdy phone.
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Reviewed by sameed from pakistan on 20th Dec 2006
i bought this phone and i loved it.it is an ultimate messaging device for me but it's really bugging me. it restarts itself and when i send a message it gives me the message,message sending failed,then it sends the message by itself,and whenever i continue with the game pocket carrom,it always hangs,i totally hate this phone now and i m waiting for a replacement
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Reviewed by Tatenda from Zimbabwe on 27th Nov 2006
I give this fone 5/5 coz in its class-simple fones,it is one of the best-got all the basics right and the looks for its class is cool-I use it mostly 4 SMS and it handles that well-good battery,signal and ability to personalise-tones are cool so overall, I would recommend it as a top end bottom class fone-BUY-BUY-BUY!!!!
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Reviewed by Ben from Australia on 12th Nov 2006
This phone is excellent! I have had many phones over the years and I always drop them on the ground and stuff like that. This phone is indestructible. Only one word of warning: 'Snake Xenzia', one of the included games, is HIGHLY addictive. Once you get the hang of this game, you will not stop. Waiting for a bus or whatever, the urge to try and break your high score is often overwhelming. At first I was hesitant to discuss my snake problem with other Nokia 1110 users, but when I did, I realised that many of them have had similar experiences with this game. Remember, when snake xenzia starts affecting other aspects of your life that's when you have to address the problem, and recognition is the first step. What are your high scores?
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Reviewed by Andrei Stoica from Romania on 30th Oct 2006
The Nokia 1110 is an A++ terminal, in my opinion. Long battery life, a clear screen, cool ringtones, plus the standard easy to use no-nonsense menu system of Nokia makes it a great deal. Also a very cheap one, as i managed to purchase it for about 150$!! (It was a special offer). I previously owned a Nokia 5110 (don't laugh), and i had it for 6 years without a single incident. And i have to say i've been using the 1110 for a month now, and i'm impressed. Nokia is simplythe best brand of M.P.'s one can find on the market.
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Reviewed by viperz_d from Philippines on 29th Oct 2006
I bought this cellphone yesterday and I find it impressive inspite of it not having MMS, Flashlight, GPRS and those things. I don't know, maybe I just don't know how to activate them. I went to the Nokia website to look for the settings that will activate the GPRS and MMS Features but the website seem to have removed the settings from the website. Anyway, If I want a camera or video camera or flashlight, I'll just buy a real camera or camcorder or flashlight. Plus, if I use this in this on the streets as a flashlight, thieves might come along and snatch it away. Although I cannot deny these features can make my phone far more impressive to my friends and to me but of course a cellphone's primary function is for calling or texting and not taking pictures. I only bought this phone for 2200 bucks(Php)! I have not yet tested the real performance of the battery. The charging time is very long, this might take two hours or more. So far it's a long way till I realy find out how good this phone can be. This is far much better than my Nokia 3310 that could not even recieve messages. Well I can't blame it. It's been passed around many times. I hope there's a way to reverse the display, I want the yellow light to be the background and not the black one and also adjust the fontsize and make it smaller.
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Reviewed by Rony from Philippines on 23rd Oct 2006
To Pandele of Romania, this is not your first phone but it is probably your first Nokia! The "defects" you mentioned are common to Nokia phones. Actually I wouldn't call them defects. You have to press the red button to start it, is that a defect? I have used some Motorolla and Ericsson phones that has a red button w/c also functions as the power button. Red button is on the right side? Come on, all Nokia phones have the red button on the right side, and so do the newer Motorolla, Samsung and Sony Ericsson phones. Menu is activated by left multifuntion button? All Nokias are like that so it's nothing new (except for the models with the so-called "Navi key", like the 1100 and 2600). There is no "exit in all situations" key? Try the red button! SMS are hard to write? Of all the phones I've used this is the easiest to text with! It does not automatically close the sent SMS window once you have sent it? Again! That is common to all Nokias (non-Symbian models) and if you are familiar to the Nokia software you shouldn't have any problem. And for the rest of us who have been users of Nokia phones for many years, we just love the Nokia software and find it the easiest and most user-friendly of all mobile phone softwares. You're talking about "non-tech people", the Nokia 1110 is for them. I find the Ericsson and Motorolla softwares far more technical than Nokia's.
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Reviewed by SAI SUMAN from UK on 23rd Oct 2006
IT'S REALLY GOOD.
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Reviewed by Dani Munteanu from Romania on 14th Oct 2006
I bought two identical Nokia 1110 (one for me and the other for my girlfriend) and I must say I'm not sorry I've chosen these terminals. Nokia 1110 is the best choice for people who need a heavy-duty, long-lasting battery, small and dependable mobile. It's very well equipped for normal everyday use and its battery life is one of the best. I've only got to mention one not-so-positive remark regarding 1110, it lacks only two things which made me rate it 4 stars out of five: I somehow miss the bright "flashlight" LED of Nokia 1100, and I'm not entirely enlightened about these so-called mp3-grade ringing tones. The rest of its features (like its great antenna signal, its appealing inverted display, its robustness and above all, its standby and talk time) place this handy on top of my preferences :) Someone might say: it lacks this function and it lacks that and it lacks the other! But, hey! If you're lookin' for WiFi, IR and bluetooth connectivity, displays featuring hundreds of thousands colors, slide shell design and latest symbian operating system, go buy yourself an N80 and make stunning 3-MegaPixel photos with its Carl Zeiss lens of your ... sad empty wallet :-) (i'm speaking from an ... experienced point of view)... Returning to Nokia 1110, I must confess it has to offer a correct amount of good things in return to its more than fair buying price. For those ones who are complaining about the red key being positioned to the right side of the keypad (as if this button is unpractically positioned), I only got one thing to say: you seem to be one of these people who encounter a Nokia phone for their first time :P - go and point your browser to GSMArena.com or even http://www.mobile-phones-uk.org.uk/nokia.htm - you're gonna be suprised descovering that the most successful mobile phone manufacturer worlwide (oh, yeah, I'm talking about Nokia) has been implementing "red buttons positioned to the right side of the keypad" since early 1996-s. Please excuse my sarcasm but I can't believe there still are people who aren't familiarized (at least just a bit) with Nokia handsets! And also please excuse my going offtopic :)
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Reviewed by paul from uk on 13th Oct 2006
Had it for a month now. To be honest I really cannot understand many of the negative ratings it has received on this site. All I wanted was a simple Pay as you go phone that was easy to use, with easily legible keypad and handsfree facility along with long battery life. IT IS ALL THIS AND MORE! Ringtones are brilliant. Loudspeaker use is just great. Battery life is extraordinary! Love it! - Recommend it absolutely as a simple bog basic mobile. This is the best mobile I have yet owned.
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Reviewed by SheriO from EGYPT on 9th Oct 2006
it's great a M.P ,small size,loud sound for ring tones,long life for bettary are the main things to buy a phone make calls ,made by nokia thats enough to buy it,and alos is better than samsung x150,so inexpensive it costs just 300LE
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Reviewed by Teo from Romania on 14th Sep 2006
This phone is hard to use when you want to close the call, because sometimes instead of closing conversation is put the level of the volume. Other bad think I can.t read on this screen is like old terminals from computers, Remember ?? this make it an historical phone... when is in standby mode you must be a eagle to see on the screen. because of this poor visualisation screen, this phone bave long bateery life, the batery is not verry good but the consumption is small.
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Reviewed by Pandele Florin from Romania on 12th Sep 2006
I have seen a lot of reviews about this phone saying it is the mother of all cell phones -it is very far away from the truth.The only thing valuable about it is its long lasting battery(acumulator). All the rest is defective: you have a red and a green button on it , but you have to press the red one to start it(?!?).The red button is on the right wich is the most used position so you have the tendency to press it to answer an incoming call. The reversed LCD is visible only when active(backlighted), otherwise it is extremely hard to read(you need a very powerful light).The main menu is not activated by the central menu pad as you would normally expect, but by the left side multifunction button.You do however navigate in it with its central pad once activated. Software is defective: You have an auto lock feature of the keyboard, but it does not work if you have something typed in it(so if you put it in your pocket and accidentally press something while you do that, autolock does nothing.By the way this is the most common situation in wich the phone dials unexpectedly ).It does not revert to the main screen after a while, which it whould be useful for a non-tech person. There is no "exit in all situations" key, again very useful for non-tech people. SMS are extremely hard to write on that small screen and it does not automatically close the sent SMS window once you have sent it. And this is not all.I am an software engineer and I know very well what I am saying and this is not my first mobile phone.
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Reviewed by Graham Clarke from South Africa on 29th Aug 2006
Great little cell phone. The display gets some getting used to after using others. Lovely sound. Good price. Just enough features to make this a great little phone.
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Reviewed by Umer Rasheed from Pakistan on 22nd Aug 2006
this phone is great.. specially ringtones and batery time.. great phone in a less cost..
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Reviewed by micheal from nigeria on 16th Aug 2006
the eagle rules the sky,the lion rule the bush,so those nokia 1110 rules among other slim phones.fantastic ringtones,magnificient games,outsanding navigator pad,what else can i say to qualify the infinite nokia 110 phone.
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Reviewed by Ahmed Tijani Umar from NIGERIA on 4th Aug 2006
I love this product simply because, it is affordable and easy to operate. The first day i purchased thIS phone, my friends saw that it wasn't a coloured phone but he was amazed that it has alot of fascinating ringing tones like COME FEEL ME IN. Moreso, Nokia 1110 is light in weight and portable to handle. Though it's just unfortunate that it dosen't have mms, gprs e.t.c but it's not that bad because i am feeling cool with my NOKIA 1110!!!!!!!
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Reviewed by Kashif from Pakistan on 2nd Aug 2006
wow, what a phone. very cheap and handy phone. a 5 star phone when u r in search of a cheap mobile which has all the basic things included in any phone plus mp3 graded tones. and about battery life, its bazooka. i use 4 to 5 days in a single charging. go for it, this phone never let you down. and about all the users who write the bad reviews, i suggest them that if one review is reviewed as bad out of 100 good reviews, then it is the persons fault not the phone fault. super super super phone.
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Reviewed by Ahsan from Pakistan on 26th Jul 2006
It's very nice....
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Reviewed by Rony from Philippines on 18th Jul 2006
I love the Nokia 1110! It has the basic features which I really need! I've used some of the high-end phones before such as the Windows Mobile and the Symbian Smartphones. Sure, they do have some exciting features such as MP3, video camera, bluetooth, etc. When I got my 1st Symbian phone, the Nokia 6630, I was so excited because I could install lots and lots of games and applications and also it's got a memory card where I could store MP3 but then I would only use them for the first few months or so and then got bored with it eventually. I ended up using my so-called smartphone for plain texting and that's the time when it becomes a pain in the ass! You see, the previous phones I had like the Sony Ericsson K700 and the Motorola Razor V3, have really nice features but texting with them is quite difficult. And their batteries lasts for 2 days max! With the Nokia 1110, texting is a breeeeze! The silicone keypad is very soft to the thumb and you feel it when you press on it so you don't have to double-check if you pressed the keys enough or not. Best phone for heavy texters like me. They say battery lasts 4 to 7 days. I haven't proven that yet as I've only been using this for 2 days. The package I got included a BL-5CA battery which has less power than the standard BL-5C, but that's ok. I got this for a ridiculously low price of 2,600 pesos (approx. 50 USD). The BL-5C replacement battery costs about 40 USD, and the charger around 10 USD. It just doesn't make sense! If I needed a spare battery, I'll just buy another Nokia 1110 package! Anyway, anyone who is thinking of buying a Nokia 1100 should get the 1110 instead. For a few additional bucks, you get a nicer looking phone (I think the 1100 looks too cheap) plus more features such as loudspeaker and 4-way navigation keys which makes texting much easier. It also has built-in polyphonic ringtones with MP3 grade, although you can only download monotones. It's got a Number Screening feature which filters unwanted calls or text. If you want a colored version of this, there's the N1600. But personally, I wouldn't pay more for a colored phone that doesn't even have MMS! It's just a waste! The inverted LCD and white keypad backlights of this phone looks sooo beautiful in the dark. There are only 2 things I didn't like about this phone. One is that you can only have up to 3 lines for SMS. It would have been better if they included an option for smaller fonts to allow as more lines for text. Another is that the ring type is only in Ascending mode and you have no option to change that. I gave it 4 stars for those reasons. Anyway, I would like to share a couple of tips for this phone; First- you probably noticed that there are only two lines for the phonebook list. You can actually make this into 4 lines by disabling "Contact images" and then setting the "Contacts view" to "Name list". You can do all these in the "Contacts" menu. Secondly- I am worried that the LCD being inverted makes it more prone to damage. So I make sure the screensaver is always active. You see, the purpose of screensavers is not just to entertain your eyes but to protect your screen from being damaged because of being 'still' for a long time. It wasn't called SCREEN SAVER for nothing! Anyway, this phone is a really good buy as a 2nd phone or for those who only need a phone for texts or calls. And for the price of it, you couldn't really complain much about the features that it lacks.
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Reviewed by Nader from Iran on 9th Jul 2006
i've been using this tiny phone for more than a month and i think the battry life is dramatikly reduced and i have to charge it every 2 day with only 1 hour or less talk time . the screen is not visible at all in direct sun light and the quality of ringtones is disturbed when played at maximum sound level . lack of voice dialing cant be neglected . i think its a waste of money :) i defenatly recomend a 3310 instead :D
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Reviewed by M Nazeer from Malaysia on 20th Jun 2006
This Nokia 1110 is my very first, first hand h/p.Before i bought it, i had 7 hp, which all of them were 2nd hand,3rd hand..as i hold this nokia 1110, i was very impressed with its design and easy to use mobile...thanks nokia, i met my first hand mobile phone at last...this model has better battery life, so no need to worry of disconnection when talking..ok, tq nokia
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Reviewed by Felix from Mexico on 30th May 2006
Well.. i buy this phone today. by the time i think is god. easy, simple, elegance,light and nice. so, to cheap. :) When i saw it , i think that the phone was a "color screen"... but not. anyway it isn't a problem... The sound are really good, and the keyboard is easy to drive. My old phone was a siemens mc60 .. i loosed it when i was drunk... so. thanks god. Well, this phone like me...and the snake strikes back !! If you want camera,mp3,internet,video... u're in the wrong side. If you REALLY WANT a easy phone..this is the best.
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Reviewed by Muhammad Rizwan from UK on 17th May 2006
I just bought this phone 2 months ago! but with many of its cool features i dont like it! it can store only 10 msgs! no fm radio! you can't download polyphonic ring tones! the keypad lock feature does not work in my older versions!
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Reviewed by JAZMIN from GREAT BRITAN on 15th May 2006
THIS FONE IS UTTER JUNK U REALLY DO NOT WANNA BUY IT!!!
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Reviewed by Peter from Australia on 10th May 2006
Simple and easy to use. Screen contrast is a bit ordinary, and lack of volume control can be a pain. If one wants a phone that cooks toast as well, then look elsewhere. This is simple, plain, cheap and efficient. It survives the gravity check admirably.
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Reviewed by Zeshan Zafar from Mirpur - Azad Kashmir on 7th May 2006
Hi, 1st of all there are always two categories of PHONES ones with all exciting features like Cameras MP3 etcn a a fabolous price n Others the real phones which are meant for calling n SMS etc........The Nokia 1110 belongs to the second category n Gets all the 5 points in its own category,,,,, It loooks gud, it sounds gud, it works fast, its ringtunes are Cool, its keypad rocks --whatelse one needs.But the one thing I would have wanted in The set was Bluetooth headset connectivity so that we can connect a bluetooth Headset... But Not to mention that its a low budget phone n in PK what u get in RS.3000 is never more than it... N it gives u a lot more than it costs.....WeLLDONE NOKIA..
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Reviewed by SUNIL K. BODWANI from INDIA on 24th Apr 2006
EXCELLENT, BASIC & ECONOMICAL CELL PHONE FROM THE HOUSE OF NOKIA. BATTERY'S LASTS A MAXIMUM ONE & A HALF DAY. USER FRIENDLY EASY MENU TO GO THRU. LOOKS WISE A PRESENTABLE PHONE TO DISH OUT.
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Reviewed by lokesh from india on 21st Apr 2006
the inverted monochrome is a little difficult to read in the daytime.the keygaurd lock does not work.but the good thing about the phone is its ringtone quality and the loudspeaker clearity.the talking alarm is not so impressive.
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Reviewed by Tim from UK on 11th Apr 2006
A really good phone; not the smallest, but very comfortable to hold and use. The menus are intuitive and fast. Much better than the Siemens model I had previously (which used to crash periodically). I was concerned about the inverted screen, but needn't have been: it's very easy to read. The only downsides are that the keyguard security (PIN lock when in standby) doesn't seem to work (software bug?), and the ringtone composer only lets you write monophonic tunes. Incidentally, the "mp3 quality" ring tones really are true recordings (not just MIDI files) - some have vocals.
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Reviewed by Yahya from Bahrain on 28th Mar 2006
Recently got this phone and am thoroughly satisfied with its performance. If calling and txting is all you need, this is the phone to get. Simple yet elegant and above all excellent battery life.
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Reviewed by waqas from pakistan on 13th Mar 2006
it agood mobil save my mony by daily recharging the other mobil
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Reviewed by Jamshaid Qamar from pakistan on 9th Mar 2006
Good cell phone becoz it saves ur time in many ways, u not need to carry charger with u and u do'nt have mms gprs facility.
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Reviewed by M.Alam Nizamani from pakistan on 15th Feb 2006
its good but battary runs very some days.its quality is good and easy to use hord and at all it is good but battary not runs more days
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Reviewed by Kerrain from Scotland on 11th Feb 2006
i brought dis fone finkin it was ace but i fink its rubbish now cuz it broke in the first month as the screen poped out the actual caseing i think its not good, and i found out after that the screw was broken from when i had brought it, they wouldnt give me my money back when i asked they would only exchange/ i then foned the manufactuar and they said it was a common fault in this fone! i couldnt believe it!!!
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Reviewed by Vipul Goel from India on 6th Feb 2006
Inverted black and white display looks terrible, so see it before you buy. The signal indicator and battery indicator are placed on the top of the screen horizontally and are very difficult to read and analyse. The Contacts list displays only 2 names at a time, and only 3 lines of text message are displayed at a time instead of 4 lines in the 1100 model. The phone instrument is available with either of 2 batteries as per User Manual- BL5C or BL 5CA, so it is important to check what battery you are getting. If you display the clock (in standby mode), the information about your location ("cell info display") has no place and is displayed by way of scrolling.
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Reviewed by Vipul Goel from UK on 6th Feb 2006
The inverted black and white display looks terrible. The indicators for signal strength and battery charge are placed at the top horizontally instead of at the sides vertically, which is also not convenient to read. The text message is now only three lines of display as against 4 lines in the earlier 1100 model, which is a step backwards. According to the User Manual, the instrument comes with either BL-5C battery or BL-5CA, and the buyer should check the battery he is getting as the mAH rating of the batteries differs, being 900 mAH for BL5C and 700 mAH for BL-5CA. The contacts in the "name list" appear only 2 at a time instead of 3 in 1100 model. It is therefore necessary to see a working specimen of the instrument before buying, instead of seeing a dummy (non-working). Sony-Ericsson website has a useful facility of "Try this phone" where one can get a very good feel of the instrument, as it is very interactive and simulates the actual use of the phone. As against this, the Nokia interactive at its website looks very primitive.
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Reviewed by Ebenezer Kingslin from India on 31st Jan 2006
This phone captured my sight in the mobile shop. i took the mobile and i feel in love with this mobile. Wonderful for SMS, People who think Mobile is just to talk and message its Good. What we can do talking Picture and Video. if u have dear one in ur heart is more than Enough cause that is Enternal than External memory. This is Best Mobile. Try and see ;)
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Reviewed by Rik from England on 28th Jan 2006
I'm very pleased that I made the right choice with this no-nonsense Nokia 1110. My last mobile was a Philips. It was great ... kept it going for six years. This Nokia is so good, I expect to keep it until it packs-up or is nicked. If that means I keep it for ten years ... well fine. If you're one of those dumb people who sees the Phones 4U TV adverts and thinks "Duh, I'm ashamed of my mobile - better buy a new one", well go and waste your cash. Since I typically make only about five minutes' of calls a week, my Nokia 1110 is good for up to nine days on stand-by! That's cool, because I have plenty of more interesting things to do than fiddle around with chargers every day. Other plus points for me: (1) It's small and light, (2) When it's on stand-by, you can still see what's on the screen. There's really nothing wrong with this phone. The reviewers on this site who've given it a low score probably get-off on downloadable poly ringtones, unnecessary screensavers, integrated mp3 players and cameras. If you really need those things, sure, look elsewhere. Good luck.
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Reviewed by abdul moiz from pakistan on 26th Jan 2006
best of the best
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