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Nokia 1680 classic

Nokia 1680 Classic
Manufacturer Nokia
Series Nokia 1000 series
Compatible networks GSM, EGPRS
Availability by country June 2008
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 108 mm x 46 mm x 15 mm
Weight 73.7 g
Operating system Series 40 5th edition
Memory 11 MB
Battery BL-5CA, 700 mAh, Talk time: Up to 90 hrs 30 min, Stand-by: Up to 958 hrs
Data inputs Numeric Keypad
Display 65K color, 128 x 160, TFT
Rear camera VGA camera

The Nokia 1680 classic is a Nokia dual-band GSM cell phone. It has a VGA camera, speakerphone, multimedia playback, MMS messaging, web browser and e-mail client. Battery talk time is up to 7 hours and 40 minutes. Stand by time is 424 hours. Ringtones are Polyphonic 24 channels.[1]


The Nokia 1680 was released to consumers in July 2008 (It was one of the T-Mobile company's best selling phones of 2008, selling 35 million units). Its dimensions are 108 x 46 x 15 mm, and it uses a 2G Network and is activated through a mini-SIM. There is no 3.5 mm (headphone) jack or memory card slot for more storage. However, the phone allows up to 1000 contacts to be stored in its address book, and it has 11 MB of internal storage. The phone was available to be purchased in black, slate grey, wine red, and deep plum.[2]


  1. ^ "Nokia 1680 classic full specs". Phone Arena. Retrieved 23 February 2013. 
  2. ^ "Nokia 1680 classic - Full phone specifications". GSM Arena. Retrieved 23 February 2013. 


  • "Nokia 1680 (T-Mobile). (CNET Editors' Review)". Retrieved March 15, 2012. 

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