I am from Indonesia. I got this phone about $ 32 incuded 8 gb micro sd class 4. Nice phone, baterry can stay 4 days for messaging and make call. The speaker not bad but when I plug it in into portable music speaker, I am so surprise, the loud sound beat my Samsung GS3. Amazing, this phone is my partner for my SGS 3.
Can use in any countries? I'm a traveler. Can read messages on screen although the phone is locked by a Password Code?
Le_Chu, 30 Nov 2014Yes, you can adjust the font size to SMALL:
1) Go to MESSAGES.
2) Scroll down to MESSAGE SET... moreThank you! how about the Backlight, "normal" and then what OTHER options? I want very LOW, so battery life can last longer than usual. Thanks.
Chipperz, 02 Nov 2014When will be this phone available on Philippines.It is already available in metro manila.
The Nokia 130 Dual Sim is a good backup or secondary phone. Both SIM are on dual standby. Making outgoing calls and sending SMS a breeze with this particular unit because I do not have to manually switch from SIM1 to SIM2 & vice versa. There is also a dedicated key (found on the lower left most part of the keypad) for its Dual SIM Settings. Overall, the nokia 130 is a good sturdy phone for someone who relies more on calls and sms.
Michellene, 26 Nov 2014What is the message settings of this phone? I mean is it possible to change the FONT SIZE? I w... moreYes, you can adjust the font size to SMALL:
1) Go to MESSAGES.
2) Scroll down to MESSAGE SETTINGS.
3) Scroll down to FONT SIZE.
4) Select SMALL FONTS.
What is the message settings of this phone? I mean is it possible to change the FONT SIZE? I want tiny, or small. And the backlight, what are the options? "normal" and then what? I want very LOW, so battery life can last longer than usual.
Earlier I used Nokia 101, I was great mobile,
Nokia 130 mobile include a new software version n I was sucked to me, Contacts list dont have multiphone book feature, Then user hv to copy all the sim contacts phone book or should hv to delete all both of sim contacts, If it is not phonebook shows both phone n sim contacts and it was jammed. :/
And when we received a txt msg it doesn't shows the contacts, becoz normaly txt msgs are received with all numbers including country code, but normally we saved our local contacts with country code,! therefore all the uses are confused when received a txt msg.! :(
As I feel all the Nokia 130 uses r facing to above problem, Post ur feedback's also,
I hope nokia will give a solution to above problem with their next software update.... !!
(Micro-USB Charging (USB v2.0), Bluetooth v3.0, SD Card (32GB),
Transferring Data through USB Cable, Radio, Mp3 Player, Calculator,
Alarm clock, Reminders, Calendar, Flash light.)
DESIGN: Good build quality.
BATTERY: Superb, can last for 2-3 days. (fair use)
MP3 PLAYER: Can play in background.
KEYPAD: Very responsive.
Speaker & Voice call: High/Clear Quality. NO voice leakage.
Phone Performance: No delay, No lag.
NO Internet connectivity (No Browser, No GPRS/EDGE).
NO JAVA. NOT Threaded view SMS.
NO support for Any JPEG or Other Picture file formats
(Because it doesn't have a Photo viewer/Gallery)
Bluetooth: Limited use only to Send, Recieve Mp3.
Keypad: Plastic buttons, slightly hard to press.
Radio reception is very good. I live 60 km from FM stations. Only my car radio could capture them, none of the Nokia phones or Xperia U could. This one captured 3 of them.
Every smartphone owner should have this one as a backup. Bought this for Rs. 1650/- from a local store. Wanted to buy the red one, but it is in fact flourescent orange, looked ugly. Bought the black one instead.
This basically a phone, everything else on this should be considered as bonus.
-Very light phone and micro USB charger.
-Uses common sim (called mini sim, full size sim has the size of a credit card).
-Unlike other basic Nokia phones, this one is snappy, no lags.
-Ringtone is super loud.
-Nice form factor. Held in hand like a baby squirrel.
-Can be thrown at stray dogs as self defence with the back cover still remaining intact unlike other Nokia phones, but continue functioning like other Nokia phones.
Cons: (All minor)
-Torch LED oddly placed, not at the head as used to be earlier. Positioned like an LED flash now.
-No way to see images in the memory card, only plays vedios and music.
-Stop button response too fast for shutdown.
-Stop button gives a dialogue before shutting down.
-Can not change font size.
-Only 500 contacts in phone and may be 200(?) more in sim.
-Might break the nail removing back cover.
i bought today this phone..gprs,wap,3rd view sns and aplication..those are fake details...majour problem which i met is,opening sms inbox very slow even without memory full..are there some solution for it?
why you are not giving the internet option to basic phone
give atleast face book option it will help students
behzad, 17 Nov 2014what is web browsing meaning for this phone ? i can not browsing in internet with this phoneCONS:
No Internet connectivity (No browser, No GPRS/EDGE).
Bluetooth: Limited use only to send, recieve Mp3.
No JAVA. Not threaded sms view.
No support for Any JPEG or Other Picture file formats
(because it doesn't have a Photo viewer/Gallery)
Keypad: Plastic buttons, slight hard to press.
(USB Charging (USB v2.0), Transferring Data through USB Cable,
SD Card (32GB), Radio, Mp3 Player, Bluetooth v3.0, Calculator,
Alarm clock, Reminders, Calendar, Flash light. All Check)
Design: Good build quality.
Battery: Superb, can last for 2-3 days. (fair use)
Mp3 player: Can play in background.
Keypad: Very responsive.
Speaker and Voice call: High/Clear Quality. No voice leakage.
Correct Specification: http://www.nokia.com/pk-en/phones/phone/130-dual-sim/specifications/