The Nokia 6233 - Simple Yet Powerful

By: Matt Sharp

Today, there is a deluge of handsets in the mobile market. Choosing a desired handset is both difficult and confusing. While planning a new mobile phone, users must bear in mind the specific requirements they would want a handset to address.

Since needs are as diverse as choices, an all-in-one phone serves the cause. Nokia 6233 is an all-purpose phone. The handset is a candy bar, high on performance and easy to use.
The Nokia 6233 is available in two colours - silver and black. Both hues are sophisticated. Where black is redolent of determination, silver exudes elegance. The third generation Nokia 6233 is utile both at office and at home/leisure. One of the main advantages of a 3G phone is its ability to transfer data and applications between compatible devices at electric speed. This includes the internet and messaging speeds, respectively.

With wings of fire, Nokia 6233 accomplishes a task in a jiffy. So if you leave home for a meeting leaving behind a document containing important information, you can always log on to the internet via the Nokia 6233 and retrieve the information. WAP 2.0 allows you to browse the web. GPRS and EDGE give quick and easy access to the information resource. Messaging facility is of the highest order. The phone supports SMS, MMS, Email, and Instant Messaging.

A 2 mega pixel camera is built-in to facilitate imaging. The camera is highly capable. It is the ultimate aid for unwarranted celebrations such as sudden promotions. Nokia 6233 supports video calling. So if you wish to share some moments live with people at home or elsewhere, you can avail the feature and stay connected.

Nokia 6233 is for a music aficionado. It has a Music Player, Stereo FM Radio, and a Visual Radio. Sound is relayed via two stereo speakers. The 3D surround sound feature accords perfect clarity and aural effects to songs and instrumental tracks. With gaming, imaging, messaging, music, the 02 Nokia 6233 becomes an indispensable device.

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