Nokia 113 user reviews, tips and how to's, USB drivers, FREE unlock codes and software download


Is wireless: true
Device is a tablet computer: false
Full qwerty keyboard: false
Web support: false
Web browser:
Release date: 2012 june
Screen width expressed in pixels: 128
Screen height expressed in pixels: 160
Number of columns presented: 15
Number of lines presented: 16
Width of the images viewable width expressed in pixels: 120
Height of the images viewable width expressed in pixels: 130
Screen width in millimiters: 29
Screen height in millimiters: 36
Device can change orientation: false
Device has cellular technology: true
Maximum bandwidth reachable by the device in Kilobits: 9
WiFi: false
SDIO cards (for WiFi): false
Support VPN connections: false
Support for HTTPS protocol (SSL connections): true
The IMEI number is accessible: false
Supports NFC (Near Field Communication): false
Device is a SmartTV: false
Download of ringtones: false
Ringtones monophonic (type 0) midi files: false
Ringtones polyphonic midi files: false
Ringtones iMelody files: false
Ringtones digiplug files: false
Ringtones compact-midi files: false
Ringtones MMF/SMAF files (Yamaha): false
Ringtones RMF files (Beatnik): false
Ringtones XMF files (Beatink - midi approved): false
Ringtones AMR files: false
Ringtones AMR wide band files: false
Ringtones AAC files: false
Ringtones WAV files: false
Ringtones MP3 files: false
Ringtones SPmidi files: false
Wallpapers: false
Screensavers: false
Picture files: false
Video clips: false
3GPP videos (including H.263): false
3GPP 2 videos (for CDMA devices): false
MP4 videos: false
MOV videos: false
Video streaming: false
Streaming in RealMedia format: none
Streaming in 3GPP: false
Streaming in MP4: false
Streaming in MOV: false
Streaming in FLV (Flash Video): false
Streaming in 3GPP 2: false
Supports SMS: true
Receive MMS messages: true
Send MMS messages: true
MMS max height for an image: 640
MMS max width for an image: 480
Built-in audio recorder: false
Built-in camera: false
MMS may contain JAR support: false
MMS may contain JAD support: true
MMS may contain Vcard support: true
MMS may contain video clip: true
MMS may contain MP4 video: true
MMS may contain 3GPP video: true
MMS may contain 3GPP2 (CDMA phones) video: true
Read PDF files: false
Support for RSS feeds: false
Supports wbmp format: true
Supports bmp format: true
Supports the EPOC (Symbian) bitmap format: false
Supports gif format: true
Supports animated gif (gif89a) format: true
Supports jpg format: true
Supports png format: true
Supports tif format: false
Supports SVGT v1.1: true
MIDP 1.0: true
CLDC 1.0: true
MIDP 2.0: false
CLDC 2.0: false
.wav (Waveform) sound format: true
MMF (a Yamaha format) version is understood by the number of voices: false
Smf (Standard MIDI File) sound format: false
IMode sound format: false
Midi (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) monophonic sound format: true
Midi (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) polyphonic sound format: true
Scalable Polyphony MIDI sound format: true
Rmf sound format (Beatnik format): false
XMF sound format (Beatnik format): true
Compact MIDI sound format (a Faith Inc. format): false
AMR standard sound format: true
AMR wide band standard sound format: true
AAC standard sound format: true
Supports the mp3 sound format: true
Supports the Qualcomm Code Excited Linear Predictive waveform format: false
Supports the Enhanced Variable Rate Codec waveform format: false



Nokia 113 cell phones user reviews, tips and how to's

This phone represents great value for money, battery life is particularly good, does the basics of phoning and texting very well. /Kiele/
As i was totallty fed up with so called smart phones and in particular their battery reliability i simply wanted something that made calls and allowed me to check my emails whilst out and about. This does just that on a single charge that lasts a full week. The only criticism i have is that there is no notification of incoming emails - you have to physically check yourself but i can live with that. /kalguire/
The Nokia 113 is a much better phone than the Nokia 106 which i purchased from 02.in November2013. i had to abandon the 106 which was absolutely dreadful. It kept letting me down i should have returned it to 02 Well pleased with the 113 and delivery from Amazon was first class. /Moreen/
i am the kind of person who likes No Frills phones- the ones thant just make calls and texts. i have no desire to surf the web on my phone or do anything fancy. i have my iPad and pc for that. i also believe in squeezing every last drop of life out of a phone before i replace it. i only buy a new one if i really need to. Sadly, my last phone gave up the ghost and i went over to Tesco to buy a new one. /rrodberg/
The phone is ideal for someone who wants a nice quality phone at an amazingly low price. Simple to use with plenty of options. All i wanted was a phone not a portable computer, this fits the bill. /Candice/
needed a basic phone for an older person . proved more than basic with camera but easy for them to master. /wvalcin/
Don t usually review stuff, just did this so that i might warn anyone from making the mistake of buying this; as the title says it just kills the eyes, aches looking at it for more than about 10 seconds - never had this problem with a phone, changed the background picture, something about the pixels is just bad. Would be fine if you literally never txt and only call, but who does that, really? /Mariusz/
Nice little phone, nothing fancy, but exactly what i wanted, easy to use and good battery life, very good value for money /zkurokawa/


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