Released May, 2007
The Pros:Fairly light, don't really notice the weight even when holding it in your hand. Simple operation, very little complexity makes it easy to work with. Durable enough to handle being dropped a few times without any effect.
The Cons:Screen is plain looking, no color. Lacks any functionality beyond basic calling and texting.
The Nokia 1200 is an entry-level handset, and like the earlier Nokia 1112 is intended for first-time cell phone users or those who require a phone at a low cost. It features multiple 200-entry phone books, SMS with multiple message sending, and a bright LCD screen that can function as a flashlight.
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It also includes a time tracking feature to monitor minute usage, as well as network-dependent cost tracking. It also includes T9 predictive text messaging support for more than twenty languages, as well as a built in speakerphone. It comes with three games and allows for downloadable polyphonic ringtones. Its battery life is longer than the earlier 1112. Some providers released a version of this phone locked to specific networks with the title Nokia 1200b.
- Release Date: May 2007
- Dual-band GSM 900/1800, 850/1900 in North America
- Monochrome display, bright backlight functions as flashlight
- Entry-level pricing
- Time tracking and network-dependent cost tracking
- 200-contact phone books
- SMS, EMS
- Downloadable ringtones
- T9 predictive text
- More than 20 languages for menus and predictive text
- 4MB internal memory
- 3 included games
- Up to 7 hour talk time battery life
User Reviews (2)
fairly light, don't really notice the weight even when holding it in your hand
simple operation, very little complexity makes it easy to work with
durable enough to handle being dropped a few times without any effect
battery tends to last a long time between charges
strong signal in most places, won't drop calls
screen is plain looking, no color
lacks any functionality beyond basic calling and texting
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