The Nokia 1800 will get people talking with its contemporary design and practical everyday features

7:42 PM Edited by Blony

Nokia 1800 running on S30 UI, 65K color LCD displays with 128 x 160 pixels resolution, LED flashlights and FM radio.

The 1800 will come to the market in the second quarter of 2010, with a price tag of 26 euro before taxes. The color choices it offers are Silver Grey, Black, Orchid Red and Ash blue.

The Nokia 1800 will get people talking with its contemporary design and practical everyday features.


* Make an impression on those around you with the sleek, modern design and high-quality chrome Navi™ key.
* Choose a phone you can rely on – the durable Nokia 1800 is made from quality materials that are built to last.
* Type messages or dial numbers quickly and easily using the large keypad.
* See everything clearly on the 1.8” display supporting over 65,000 colours.
* Give your phone a personal touch with the option to change the cover.


* Listen to your favourite radio shows at home or on the go using the built-in FM radio*.
* Connect the included Nokia stereo headset to your phone and listen to the radio in comfort as you travel from place to place.

Practical tools

* See what you’re doing in the dark with the built-in flashlight.
* Keep on top of your monthly schedule using the calendar.
* Get to your appointments on time with the speaking alarm clock.
* Multitask as you talk by activating the handsfree speaker during a conversation.

Nokia Life Tools

* Keep up with the latest agricultural news - including weather reports for the day ahead - with Nokia Life Tools Agriculture services.
* Get important career information and increase your general knowledge with Nokia Life Tools Education services.
* Receive entertainment news and daily horoscopes directly on your phone with Nokia Life Tools Entertainment services.


* Store more of your SMSs with space for up to 250 messages on your phone.
* Send a message in moments with support for SMS speed dialling.
* Get your message across quickly using the large keypad.

Via Nokia