|2G bands||GSM 900 / 1800 / 1900|
|Body||Dimensions||117 x 59 x 27 mm (4.61 x 2.32 x 1.06 in)|
|Weight||158 g (5.57 oz)|
|Display||Type||TFT resistive touchscreen, 4096 colors|
|Size||2.9 inches, 40 x 62 mm, 24.8 cm2 (~35.9% screen-to-body ratio)|
|Resolution||208 x 320 pixels, 3:2 ratio (~132 ppi density)|
|Platform||OS||Symbian 7.0, UIQ v2.0 UI|
|CPU||32-bit Philips Nexperia PNX4000 156 MHz|
|Memory||Card slot||Memory Stick, up to 12MB, 16 MB included|
|12 MB available for images, contacts etc.|
|Alert types||Vibration; Downloadable polyphonic ringtones, composer|
|Browser||WAP 2.0/xHTML, iMode, HTML|
High speed data transfers
|Battery||Type||Removable Li-Po 1000 mAh battery (BST-15)|
|Stand-by||up to 400 h|
|Talk time||up to 13 h|
|SAR||0.80 W/kg (head) 1.07 W/kg (body)|
|SAR EU||0.64 W/kg (head)|
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Yes, this is a 2G phone. If there's still a 2G network in your country, a SIM card of whoever provides that network will work in it just fine.
Do you know if it is possible to buy a sim card for this phone still? Is it 2G? I would buy this phone today as a second phone if the SIM would work.
You are right, p800 was made by Ericsson, but before they were ready for commercial release, their company merged with Sony, that's why we have SE p800 on the market, not Ericsson p800. The same happened to Ericsson t68 (or SE t68).