Design and Specifications
The Nokia 101 is a low budget cell phone from Nokia for the people who just want to stay in contact via calls and text messages. The phone sports 1.8-inch TFT display with a resolution of 160 x 128 pixels that can identify up to 65,000 colour combinations. It also features an alphanumeric keypad with backlight that makes it easy to type even in the dark. The phone runs on Symbian Series 30 platform that has been around for a long time. The device supports dual SIM functionality so you can use two SIM cards on the same phone without missing even a single phone call or a text message. The dimensions of the phone are 45.5 x 110 x 14.9 mm and it weighs just about 70.6 grams that makes the phone light and easy to carry around.
Camera and Multimedia
As Nokia 101 is a low priced phone, it does not have a camera. The device ships with an FM Radio that lets you listen to your favorite radio channels nearby. The phone can play MP3 format files, which you can store on the micro SD card slot and browse through them on your phone. The device has a 3.5 mm audio jack for headphone connectivity and AUX connections. The device has pre-installed games onboard to entertain and keep you occupied at leisure times.
Connectivity and Features
The device does not support any type of Internet connectivity. It does not have Bluetooth or USB connectivity either. The phone is equipped with an emergency flashlight that can be turned on by clicking the UP arrow button twice. Flashlight comes in very handy in case you lost something in dark places or you run out of electricity at your place. You can assign any music file from your collection as a ringtone that suits your lifestyle.
Battery and Storage
Nokia 101 packs a 1020 Li-Ion battery (BL-5CB) that delivers up to 8 hours of talk time and 600 hours of standby time. The music playtime on the phone at one charge cycle is 26 hours. The device is capable of holding 500 contacts in the phonebook. It has 8 MB of internal storage and can be extended via micro SD card slot.