Nokia 103 released, 16 Euros, to start selling in Nigeria

| April 10, 2012 | 24 Replies

This link came in from ‘meh’ to a product page for the Nokia 103. I couldn’t find any new statements about it so I thought I’d leave it for later once I finish some work I was trying to do.

Tuomas also sent a link for DigitalToday puts some more light into this device.

  • 16 Euros, cheapest Nokia (well, cheapest new one anyway), to start selling in Nigeria
  • S30
  • 1.36 inch 720p HD monochrome display (I joke, it’s of course not 720p HD, the pixels are visible from space, but this has its use)
  • 76.57g
  • 107.2 mm x 45.1 mm x 15.3 mm
  • Flashlight
  • Dustproof keymat
  • 27 day standby
  • 11h talktime

Full info:

Data Sheet: 

Fresh design with dust proof key mat
• Listen to your favorite music with the stereo FM
radio (requires headset)
• Personalize your phone and assign one of the
32-polyphonic ring tones of your preference
• Manage your contacts by creating different
phone books with a total support up to 500
• Record your call durations and access the call
history in the call log list
• Manage your schedules and be on time with the
calendar and the speaking clock/alarm clock

The Nokia 103 standard
sales package includes
• Nokia 103 handset
• Nokia Battery: BL-5CB 800 mAh
• Nokia Compact Charger AC-3
• Compact Visual User Guide
Technical Profile
• System: GSM 900/1800
• User Interface: Series 30
• Dimensions: 107.2 mm x 45.1 mm x 15.3 mm
(L x W x H)
• Weight: 76.57 g (including battery)
• Display: 96 x 68 ; 1,36” black and white
• Connectivity: 2.0 mm Charger Connector
Operating Times
• Standby time: Up to 27 days
• Talk time: Up to 11 hours
Other features
• Integrated flashlight
• Storage of up to 250 SMS entries
• 3.5 mm AV connector
• Time tracker and pre-paid tracker
(network based function)
• Preloaded games

More info here:

Thanks ‘meh’ and ‘tuomas’ for the tip!


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