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Kyocera

Kyocera 1135

Description:

The Kyocera 1135 is a no-frills phone that was released in 2001. As a voice-only CDMA phone, the 1135 provided basic features that delivered results to its users. Instead of looking for a phone with complicated features. The 1135 comes with two-way text messaging, the standard call features, games, calculator, and an alarm. With dimensions measuring 4.72 x 1.89 x 0.95 inches, the 1135 is one device that makes for a portable phone. Its weight of only 4.34 oz., allows its users to be able to carry the phone around comfortably. With its display capable of showcasing 5 lines of text, users of the 1135 phone are able to do their tasks quickly. The phone also has a phone book capacity of up to 200 numbers and up to 6 numbers per entry. Its battery is a Li-Ion removable battery capable of providing up to 3.8 hours of talk time and up to 144 hours in stand-by mode. For enjoyment, the 1135 is pre-equipped with a game called Brick Attack. With the specs available on the 1135, there’s no need to deal with complicated devices; especially if you’re looking for a simple phone that can provide you with the basic features you need.

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General Info
ManufacturerKyocera
TechnologyCDMA
Data Type2G
Device TypeFeature Phone
Operating SystemNone
Physical Specifications
Height4.72 Inches
Thickness0.95 Inches
Weight4.34 Ounces
KeyboardKeypad
Display Specifications
Touchscreen Size0.00 Inches
Audio/Video Specifications
Rear Camera0.00 Megapixels
Hearing Aid CompatibilityNone
Battery Specifications
Standby Time144 Hours
Talk Time91 Minutes
Memory Specifications

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Average user reviews

Based on 1 Review

Overall
4
Display
4
Reception
4
Battery Life
5
Design
3
Apps
4
Display:
4
Reception:
4
Battery Life:
5
Design:
3
Apps:
4
Overall:
Review Rating: 
4

Would Recommend to a friend.

Help I've fallen but my phone still works!

Posted on: August 22nd, 2006 by Milissa Cali

The good: Survives the hardest bumps, the highest leaps. The roughest roads and might look like something the garbage man gave you but keeps on talkin'!!The bad: Not a lot of extras on this old phone. Stupid ring tones and the antenna breaks off easy on my 3rd one.Summary: I thought one night that it would be fun to tumble down a flight of cement stairs while talking on the phone. Well to the amazement of my friend on the other line the first thing out of my mouth was, hey I didn't drop my phone and it still works! It has a few blemishes (beauty is only skin deep after all) and worked great for when I had to ask for someone to help me across the street to my car! So with a broken ankle my Kyocera saved the day. (this isn't one of the times I broke the antenna that's a story for another day)

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