Nokia 6230i: Sleek and Function Rich Phone

By: Alice Erin

The Nokia 6230i is a sleek and compact phone. Feature packed with tri band network, it provides multiple connectivity options. Bluetooth and EDGE technology are added advantages for sharing data and browsing the internet. With a built-in 1.3 mega-pixel camera - users can shoot pictures as well as videos with ease. What's more, with an integrated video player and music player that supports several music formats - listening music is a real experience. Users can also enjoy listening FM radio. The Nokia 6230i phone weighs only 99g and has a sleek dimension of 103 x 44 x 20 mm and you would love to hold the phone in your hand.

One of the main advantages of this phone is its multimedia capability. With a built-in 1.3 mega-pixel camera and at 65k colour display, 5-way navigation key -- shooting pictures and videos are real pleasure. With video player, you can add, record and receive video as well as audio clips. You can download high quality video and images, files and other documents and can be stored on an expandable multimedia memory card.

For easy and impeccable connectivity, the Nokia 6230i comes with Bluetooth wireless connectivity, infra-red, HSCSD, and GPRS. Bluetooth is one of the easiest ways to connect other compatible devices. Bluetooth connects other devices without using a wire and you can connect your phone with other devices anytime-anywhere. Using EDGE connectivity, the phone helps business professionals in browsing the internet, messaging via email and downloading data with ease. EDGE technology fastens downloading speed to up to 4 times than with GPRS.

In addition to the high-end features, a mobile email client lets users manage their email. The advanced XHTML helps you browse the internet with fast speed. Other high-end features include messaging such as SMS, MMS, and email. Push to Talk is again an advantage for the users.

All-in-all, the Nokia 6230i is a good phone and users can use it for multiple purpose.


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