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Nokia 1202 and 1203

 Nokia 1202 Discontinued
4th November 2008

The Nokia 1202 is Nokia's cheapest ever handset at just €25 (£20) before tax or subsidy. It's certainly not the most high-tech phone in the world, but it has plenty of features that make it attractive.. other than the low price.

 Nokia 1203 As with the Nokia 1209, the 1202 offers multiple phonebooks to take into account different users, it comes with a built-in flashlight, has a cost tracker and a dust-resistant keypad. The 1202 (and 1203) have a very long battery life, giving up to 9 hours talktime and 26 days standby time.

The screen is an old-fashioned 96 x 68 pixel display, not too far removed from the old Nokia 6310i. It may seem basic, but it is good enough to control a simple phone like this.

The 1202 features very loud ringtones to make sure that it gets your attention outdoors, and can also access over-the-air ringtones and logos.

As far as we can tell, the Nokia 1203 (pictured left) is identical to the 1202 except for some cosmetic details. The 1203 is a smooth looking handset in "Silver Gray", the 1202 looks a little more rugged and is available in "Midnight Blue" and "Violet Blue" colour combinations.

 

There are two dual-band variants depending on region - a GSM 900 / 1800 version and one with GSM 850 / 1900 support. Neither phone has GPRS, Bluetooth or a camera.

The Nokia 1202 and 1203 should be available during Q4 2008.

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Nokia 1202 / 1203 at a glance

Available:

Q4 2008

Network:

GSM 900 / 1800 or 850 / 1900

Data:

None

Screen:

96 x 68 pixels, monochrome

Camera:

No

Size:

Lightweight monoblock
105 x 45 x13mm / 78 grams

Bluetooth:

No

Memory card:

No

Infra-red:

No

Polyphonic:

Yes

Java:

No

GPS:

No

Battery life:

9 hours talk / 26 days standby

 

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