The Nokia 6133 comes with a 1.3 megapixel camera (without flash). Users may capture images in six resolutions. The handset offers various camera settings like night mode, five color effects and 8X zoom. Unfortunately the quality of the photos is poor, especially in low light conditions.
Videos may be recorded in two resolutions. The handset's media player supports MP3, MP4 (audio only), AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, and 3GP formats. The handset comes with an equalizer.
The handset comes with 11 MB of internal memory. Users may store up to 2 GB of data on a microSD card. Users can store up to 500 contacts in the phonebook. The handset allows users to store five phone numbers, web site, email address, home address, office address, birth date, company name, job title, nick name and notes. Users can organize callers into groups.
The handset is Bluetooth (with OBEX) compatible. It comes with preloaded Java games (Midnight Bowling and Snake 3) and applications (Zuma 3D). The Nokia 6133 is EDGE compatible.
The handset comes with an IM feature (for Yahoo, MSN, ICQ and AOL). The audio messaging feature enables users to send voice messages to other phones. Speakerphone, voice dialing, vibrate mode, voice recording, video ringtones, calendar, alarm clock, calculator, countdown timer, and FM radio are other useful features of this handset. Users can save 20 stations on the FM radio. This feature does not work without a headset. The handset comes with a translator for English, French, Spanish and Portuguese. One major advantage of the Nokia 6133 handset is that many of the above mentioned features work even without a SIM card. Nokia's application enables users to send messages to other Bluetooth enabled handsets. The handset supports Adobe Flash Player and Macromedia Flash Lite 1.1.