Ericsson SH 888 overview
Ericsson SH 888 is a feature phone. It was released on 1998. Ericsson SH 888 has Alphanumeric screen. It supports 2G networks with Mini-SIM. Ericsson SH 888 uses Removable NiMH 800 mAh battery.
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- CPU Cores: 28 / 100 points
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- Battery capacity: 28 / 100 points
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Ericsson SH 888 full specifications
|2G bands||GSM 900 / 1800|
|Dimensions||130 x 49 x 22 mm (5.12 x 1.93 x 0.87 in)|
|Weight||195 g (6.88 oz)|
|Resolution||3 x 12 chars|
|Alert types||Monophonic ringtones, composer|
|Type||Removable NiMH 800 mAh battery|
|Talk time||265 min|
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Frequently asked questions:
Where can I buy a Ericsson SH 888 phone?
The Ericsson SH 888 phone was manufactured in 1998 and you can hardly buy it now.
Does Ericsson SH 888 support 5G?
No, it does not support 5G.
Does Ericsson SH 888 support NFC (Near-Field Communication)?
No, it does not support NFC.
What are the dimensions of the Ericsson SH 888, what are the sizes?
The size of the Ericsson SH 888 is 49 x 130 x 22 mm (width x height x thickness).
What is the weight of Ericsson SH 888?
The weight of the Ericsson SH 888 is 195g.
What type of screen does Ericsson SH 888 use?
The screen of Ericsson SH 888 is Alphanumeric.
What operating system does Ericsson SH 888 use?
Ericsson SH 888 has no operating system.
What is the battery capacity of the Ericsson SH 888? What type of battery does Ericsson SH 888 use?
The battery capacity of Ericsson SH 888 is 800 mAh. Ericsson SH 888 uses a NiMH battery.
Does Ericsson SH 888 support wireless charging?
No, it does not support wireless charging.
Does Ericsson SH 888 have fast charging?
No, it does not support fast charging.
What type of SIM card does Ericsson SH 888 use?
Ericsson SH 888 uses Mini-SIM.
Is Ericsson SH 888 waterproof?
No, it's not waterproof.
Which country's Ericsson SH 888 phone?
SH 888 is a phone of Ericsson, a brand from Sweden.