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Nokia 130 review

 Review: February 2015  
 

Rating: 3 stars

In a nutshell: The Nokia 130 is cheap and basic, but with very long battery life.



 

Summary

The Nokia 130 is a very cheap phone with an old-style alphanumeric keypad. It's an upgraded version of the Nokia 106, and is smaller, lighter, and with a larger battery.

Like the 106, this phone has no camera, although it does include a radio, and can play music and videos. It features Bluetooth and USB connectivity, as well as a 3.5mm headphone connection. There's almost no onboard memory, but a microSD card slot lets you add up to 32GB for storing music.

Battery life is a key strength of the phone, with up to 13 hours of talktime, or 46 hours if used as a music player!


Nokia 130 features include:

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Where is the SAR?

Asked by jake from uk on 12th Oct 2017

How do I register with EE, and do I receive a Top-Up Card with the phone?

Asked by Rob from UK on 6th Jun 2017

I need a basic phone for emergencies,is the Nokia 130 pay as you go?

Asked by Derrick from UK on 30th May 2017

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