Nokia - 1112


30 March 2006

80 grams



The Nokia 1112 was announced at an event in the Chinese city of Chongqing in 2006 and was a successor to the 1110 model. It was designed to "expand Nokia's portfolio of easy-to-use, reliable and affordable mobile phones". The 1112 was a basic model with a high contrast white backlit display and basic features such as SMS and picture messaging, an alarm clock and polyphonic ringtones with MP3-grade sounds. Nokia designed the phone with a particular emphasis on ease-of-use, delivering a user interface with graphical icons and large font sizes to make navigation as simple as possible for first-time mobile phone users. The phone also featured a speaking clock and alarm, which announced the time in a range of languages.  The 1112 included a demo mode which delivered an on-screen visual guide to the main phone functions. The demo mode also allowed consumers to play the pre-installed games or hear the speaking clock without the need to insert a SIM card into the phone. At launch, the phone cost €45.


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