Released May, 2007
The Pros:Very economically priced, affordable for anyone. Offers plenty of talk time and standby time, don't generally have to worry about losing a charge. Gets a clear signal, conversation is clear on both ends.
The Cons:Navigating the contacts is very awkward. Display is small and difficult to read in sunlight.
The Nokia 1208 is an entry-level handset with almost identical features as the Nokia 1200. The main difference is that the 1208 uses a 65k color display with pre-programmed themes and wallpapers. It also allows for customizable one-touch shortcuts to certain applications, and also includes a flashlight.
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Like the 1200, it 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, and a built-in speakerphone. It comes with three games and allows for downloadable polyphonic and mp3-like ringtones
- Release Date: May 2007
- Dual-band GSM 900/1800, 850/1900 in North America
- 65k color display
- Entry-level pricing
- Time tracking and network-dependent cost tracking
- 200-contact phone book
- SMS with T9 predictive text
- Downloadable polyphonic and mp3-like ringtones
- More than 20 languages for menus and predictive text
- 4MB internal memory
- 3 included games
- Comes in red or black
- Up to 7 hour talk time battery life
User Reviews (5)
very economically priced, affordable for anyone
offers plenty of talk time and standby time, don't generally have to worry about losing a charge
gets a clear signal, conversation is clear on both ends
reasonably light, doesn't drag down a pocket too heavily
controls are very simple and easy to navigate
navigating the contacts is very awkward
display is small and difficult to read in sunlight
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