Nokia 110 Review


Welcome to the 2013 Nokia 110 review. The 110 is one of cheapest dual SIM and entry level mobile phones you can buy at the moment. Being the cheapest and arguably the best one you can get is a easy description for the 110 since there is nothing else like it for the price made by a major manufacturer.

In terms of construction the Nokia 110 is an all hard wearing plastic phone with a spill resistant keypad. The keypad design is all that can be criticized as its a one piece plastic cover without separate keys expect for the navigation key feels cheap. That said the flaps and rear cover all fit together nicely with a nice feel in the hand for the price.  Presumably Nokia have researched the market this phone will sell in so should be able to handle the rough and tumble it will inevitably have to deal with – without the obligatory phone cover! The availability of different colors is a nice touch.

In terms of use the Nokia 110 is responsive, having a number of unexpected features for the price! The micro-SD slot is one of them along with an MP3 player and FM radio with recording capabilities. The apps for Facebook and Twitter is an interesting addition since the Nokia 110 is not a 3G phone and any data will take a relatively long time to download. Apart from that the 110 is a useful dual SIM mobile phone with decent battery life. It is unfortunate that many don’t understand the need for multiple numbers on the one phone unless they live in certain countries!

To conclude we can’t really say much more about the Nokia 110. It is basic but handy little phone and very useful if you are only making calls and SMS messages on. It’s very good for its targeted market or as a spare mobile phone.


  • Nokia 110
  • Network
  • Dual-band GSM 900/1800
  • Design
    Candy bar
  • L110 x W46 x D14.5 mm
    Weight 80 grams
  • Display/s
    TFT 128 x 160
  • Camera
    620 x 480 pixels
  • Video Camera
    176 x 144 pixels 15 FPS
  • Connectivity
  • CPU
  • Memory
    Up to 10Mb available to user
    Up to 32Gig microSD card
  • Ring tones
    MIDI, vibration and others
  • Features
    Music and Media player
    FM radio
    Speaker Phone/Hands free
    BL-5c 3.7V 1020mAh
    Up to 26 days Standby
    Up to 10 hours Talk Time
  • Price history
    Under $50 AUS 2013 (Outright)