This ultra-simple phone includes a number of unique features for older users, such as a dial tone, padded ear cup, operator assistance, and a simple yes/no interface. Other features include voice dialing, an external volume/ringer control, external caller-ID display, and a silent vibrating alert option. The A110 version features three dedicated quick dial keys instead of a numeric key pad.

A120 adds a full numeric keypad

This phone is not currently available from any major U.S. carrier. It is compatible with some U.S. networks, and may be available from third-party dealers or smaller, regional carriers.


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Display 128 x 160 pixelsType: LCD (STN)
Battery ? mAhRemovableTalk: 3 hours max.Standby: 200 hours max.
Processor ?
Storage Not expandable
Weight 4.4 oz   125 g
Dimensions 4 x 2 x 1 in   102 x 51 x 25.4 mm
OS / Platform (proprietary)
Network Bands

CDMA: 850, 1900

AMPS: 850

Phone Book Capacity ?


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GPS / Location Type: A-GPS
Hearing Aid Compatible Rating: M4, T4 (very tele-coil compatible)
Multiple Languages Languages Supported: English, Spanish, French
TTY/TDD (Digital) Yes
Extra Display monochrome LCD
Voice Dialing Yes
Side Keys front-mounted volume keys
Speaker Phone Yes


FCC ID A3LSPHA120 »   approved Nov 21, 2005

Samsung Jitterbug SPH-A120 - 2005

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