The Sony Ericsson J132 was being released back in October 2008.
Phonebook capacity is 300 entries at the device.
It has mini USB, but only charge, no data.
It also has calculator, and two embedded games: Minesweeper and Edacious Snake.
Of all feature phones by Sony Ericsson to have a USB port and a headphone jack, it has to be this one. They're so weird sometimes. Oh, and it can also be charged through the USB port, something not all phones with one can do (yes, I'm looking at the Nokia N96).
Released January 2009? I don't know what GSMArena are thinking but they're wrong. By September 2008 this phone had already been released and people already had the phone.
Ahh...brings back old memories. Got it working after 3 years...
This was my mum's old phone :D. Doesn't work anymore but I still have it.
Extra phone for that price.Strange extra polifonic melodies.When is set to loud it heard on 100 meters.Graet concuretion for smart phone
my Sony Ericsson j132 for some now could not received network signal what might be the cause? what could i do/
My phone vibrates when switching on and it stays as it is,till I switch it off. How could I rectify the problem??
bought the j132 model for my husband a couple of years ago, now he is on a boys trip to USA in a few months and wants to know if this a quad band phonehe can use there. Aynone know
I want to purchase panel for sony ericsson J132 mobile. I couldn't find the panel any where in my area. If any one knows where the panel is available, I will be thank ful.
A really rugged,reliable everyday phone. and at a very reasonable price. Mine lives a hard life, I've dropped it a good few times, and it still works faultlessly. The radio is amazingly sensitive too,.
Complaint? - The screen material is too soft, and scratches very easily, otherwise Ok.
My J132 phone dropped out of the saddle bag (which I forgot to zip) of my bicycle while I was spinning along at 35kph! the phone popped apart and was spread out over several feet of the road. I put it back together and it still works fine after 3 months!!! Try doing that with a smartphone.
This is a brilliant, sturdy, robust, cheap, basic phone (cost me £8 about 30 months ago I've dropped mine several times, still working no problems). Standby time is typically around 7 days (but will depend on how strong your signal is). Audio quality is excellent, Ring volume is very loud on Loud setting. Has RDS FM Radio & with HQ headphones in the 3.5mm jack the sound is awesome. Phonebook is 300 on phone, Text seems to be ~100+ (can't be precise, sorry). Nice postive click (dust-resistant)keypad.
Minor downsides - can't add words to dictionary, can't tell if SMS message is on SIM or Phone, have to view SIM & Phone contacts seperately but can copy from one to other. Alarm has to be set each time, but easy to do.
Really good value for money (if you don't want camera, frills and all).