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Nokia 6131 Review

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This is the first company model in this class. The screen shows up to 16 million colours. microSD cards expand phone's memory. Many multimedia formats, Bluetooth, IrDA interfaces are supported. Also the phone is equipped with FM-tuner.
Class: middle
Position in the line: above Nokia 6125
Rivals: same class clamshells by Samsung


General features
Announced in 2006, on the market since 2 quarter of 2006
eGSM 850/900/1800/1900
Battery type Li-Ion
Colour graphical high-contrast display, shows up to 16? colours (TFT), the resolution of 240×320 pixels, QVGA
Outer display, shows up to 262000 colours, 128×160 pixels, TFT
List-like menu or a row of icons
Java (MIDP 2.0)
1.3 MP (the maximum resolution of 1024×1280), recording video in 3GP format, 8x zoom
Weight: 98 gramms
Dimensions: 90 x 46 x 23.6 mm

Phone book memory for 255 names, three phone numbers and one text field for a name. Dynamically shared memory, which means up to 5 numbers and 4 text fields can be saved if you have less contacts. User groups.
Memory for 50 SMS messages
Calendar memory for 100 entries, depends on the size
To-do list memory for 30 notes
Call log of last 10 calls of all types
Up to 6 games or applications, the maximum application size forms 64 KB
Memory for 15 MMS-messages, message size shouldn't exceed 100 KB
Internal memory is dynamically shared by all applications
Memory card slot microSD (TransFlash), hot card change
Call management, ringing tones
Polyphonic call melody (MIDI synthesizer), 64-tones polyphony
Speed dial for 8 numbers
Automatic redial (up to 10 attempts)
Automatic and manual network selection
Voice dial doesn't depend on the pronounciation
mp3/aac/aac+/wma file as a call melody
Predictive text input ?9
Flash messages
Concatenated messages (up to 6 messages)
Message templates (up to 10)
Graphical messages (10 preset pictures)

Integrated mail client (SMTP/POP3/IMAP4)
Instant Messaging
EDGE class 10
GPRS class 10
WAP 2.0 (xHTML)
Synchronization with PC

Organizer and extras
Adjustable colour scheme
FM-radio (stereo), Visual Radio
Integrated image editor
Integrated video and audio player (MPEG4, H.263, H.263, AMR, MP3, WMA, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+)
User profiles (5), temporary profile, two own profiles
Time, date
Alarm clock
Organizer with calendar monthly view, weekly, daily
Calculator, currency converter
Automatic key lock
Stopwatch (up to 20 intermediate values), countdown timer


The Nokia 6131 is a neat clamshell phone with a one-hand push-to-open operation – cool but gimmicky. The finish of the phone is beautiful with a soft touch paint coating. There's a nice large keypad with clearly separated keys and an easy-to-use 5 way navigational button. The overall appearance is of sleek and simple elegance. The 6131 meets the needs of the business user very well, and its a good mid-range business phone. There's full email support, with support for attachments. Push to Talk is available. All kinds of connectivity are supported – Bluetooth, USB and IrDa. GPRS and EDGE provide download speeds of up to 236.8 kbps. Memory is more than adequate, with an expandable memory card of up to 2 Gbytes, and battery life is good. For the business user there's really nothing missing (unless you need Symbian or 3G).

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