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Nokia 8110 4G (2018) Singe-SIM TA-1071 SS 4GB (GSM Only, No CDMA) Factory Unlocked 4G Smartphone (Yellow) - International Version

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  • For USA Buyers : This Smartphone is compatible/will work with any GSM Networks such as AT&T, T-Mobile. For exact 2G GSM, 3G, 4G/LTE compatibility, please check with your network provider in advance prior to your purchase. This phone WILL NOT WORK with any CDMA Networks such as VERIZON, SPRINT, US CELLULAR.
  • Single-SIM, Network Compatibility : 2G : GSM 900 / 1800 and/or 3G : 850(B5) / 900(B8) / 2100(B1) and/or 4G : LTE 800(B20) / 850(B5) / 900(B8) / 1800(B3) / 2100(B1) / 2600(B7)
  • 2.4 inches, QVGA display, curved screen, 240 x 320 pixels
  • 4GB Storage, 512MB RAM, Up to 32GB microSD Card slot
  • Qualcomm MSM8905 Snapdragon 205, Dual-core (2x1.1 GHz Cortex-A7), Removable 1500mAh battery | 2MP Primary Camera, LED flash, Video

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The new Nokia 8110 4G - For the original. The return of the icon. Much like the original, the new Nokia 8110 4G has a curved protective cover you can slide open to pick up calls and slide back to end them. The unique shape also means you can spin the phone in ways you never imagined.

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    Peter Piper
    5.0 out of 5 stars Difficult to use, requires a change of mindset, but I absolutely love it.
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on November 15, 2019
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Difficult to use, requires a change of mindset, but I absolutely love it.
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on November 15, 2019
    The review below is full of moans and complaints, detailing reasons why this phone is terrible to use. However, I want to state at this stage that despite all of this, I absolutely love it and I am happy that I dumped my smartphone for this. Please read on if freedom from smartphone zombification is your motivation. If you want a phone packed full of features - don't bother reading on.

    Having lived through the birth of mobile phones and the times when you saw nothing but Nokia, it didn't seem too daunting to me to use a feature phone with a qwerty keyboard. I switched back because I am frustrated with the time wasted by the lure and addictive nature of smartphone features.

    You can still waste your valuable time on this phone if you like, as there is a browser, email, Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp and even a paired down version of Google assistant and YouTube available, but you will find it so challenging to use them that you will likely give up quickly. I didn't even bother logging in to Twitter or Facebook, or setting up email, but I use WhatsApp as my main form of communication. I have found it is so much simpler to use the voice message function than to type (bye-bye Swype).

    Typing is a real challenge. Predictive text (T9) is there, but not as good as it was in the good old days. It doesn't insert capital letters and you can't add words to your dictionary, so if you've a friend called Aoibheann, you had better get used to calling her 'A', or perhaps even 'a'. If you are like me and you have a penchant for capital letters at the beginning of a sentence, you will find yourself switching between input options. This in itself is a challenge. You have to cycle through the following options: Press # to switch between ABC, Abc, abc, 123, Predictive. Often, you press once too many times, or else the phone randomly skips one option and you have to cycle around again. All so you can write 'Hi', rather that 'hi'. I'm starting to get over my capital letter fixation.

    The browser is cumbersome and it is painfully slow. Images and videos are smaller than a postage stamp. You can't copy and paste text, so you have to manually (slowly) type. The camera is terrible by today's standards. The music player only seems to manage MP3, not WMA or WAV. There is no music streaming option - so you're either going to have to convert your file formats before transferring to the phone, or you will just add the MP3 version of George Michael's 'Faith' album that is somehow still on your computer and listen to 'I want your sex' on repeat.

    There is an app store of sorts, which is even less populated than the windows phone app store. There is an internet radio app, but it has no volume control. To adjust it, you have to close the app, go back to the main settings, or the main music app, adjust the volume and relaunch the internet radio app to see if you got it right. There is no podcast app, so you will have to download single episodes directly form the provider's website (which will most likely go into an 'unknown' album).

    Now for the positives. 1) All of the above.

    The frustrating nature of using this phone is the equivalent of putting that disgusting anti nail bite lotion on your stubby finger nails. It's horrible, but it works. You soon get over the compelling urge to dive on your phone every time a bit of anxiety creeps into your life. You start to re-engage with the world around you. You begin to notice all of the zombified smartphone users in the world and you become thankful that you are no longer one of them. You will realise that your desire for a $1500 folding phone is an absolutely nonsensical concept.

    Believe it or not, you can survive without being constantly connected. Believe it or not, you can survive without taking lots of pictures that you never look at until Google spoon feeds them up to you 5 years later. Believe it or not, you learn not to care about notches, screen ratios or Gorilla glass. Try it. You'll be glad you did. Soon you will realise that the world will not stop if your phone doesn't buzz in your pocket every 30 seconds, demanding your instant attention. If you must check your email, do it on your computer (you can use this phone as a WiFi hotspot). You will recover hours of your day. You might even find that your piles go away as you spend less time in the toilet. You won't be sitting on the potty reading calamitous news, or the latest Facebook post about the benefits of eating low carb, chick pea friendly falafels.

    They can distract our attention - but they'll never take our FREEDOM!
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    Right4Jem
    1.0 out of 5 stars Gone are the days of Nokia of old and the iconic design of the banana phone.
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on January 16, 2019
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    J. R. Richardson
    5.0 out of 5 stars If this phone performed according to the specification it wold be a good phone
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on February 20, 2019
    27 people found this helpful
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    Mr taylor
    5.0 out of 5 stars Sufficient to get by with
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on July 19, 2019
    8 people found this helpful
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    Mr. Conor Oneill
    5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic modern 4G feature phone with Wifi and Bluetooth
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on June 17, 2019
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    5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic modern 4G feature phone with Wifi and Bluetooth
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on June 17, 2019
    I bought this phone to evaluate KaiOS and have been mightily impressed. That you can get a 4G phone for < £30 which includes Wifi, Bluetooth and an SD card slot is gob-smacking.

    Of course it's limited compared to a full Android touch-screen device but that's the point. This type of phone will get the next billion people online.

    This particular one has surprisingly good build quality and great battery life. Google Assistant, YouTube and the Email app accessing GMail all work perfectly. Instagram works in the browser. I haven't tried Twitter or Facebook.

    The only disappointment is that WhatsApp is only available in India at the moment. That will be a killer-app for this type of phone.

    The camera is predictably terrible but I assume that's partially to do with not eating up bandwidth on upload in countries where every byte is expensive. But even 5MP would be a massive step forward and would make the QR code reader usable.

    All-in-all if you want a great button-phone or want to check out KaiOS, this is the phone to get.
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