Nokia 6230i: Looks Sleeker, Works Faster, Feels Better

By: Alice Erin

After the resounding success of the model 6230, it was quite natural for Nokia to follow it up with an upgraded version. The new Nokia 6230i looks and feel almost like its precedor but has been upgraded in many departments. Importantly, the Nokia 6230i retains the simple and sensible design of a business phone and same level of comfort in its user interface.

The resolution of the TFT screen of this candy-bar phone is twice increased to produce sharper and clearer pictures. The keys having soft motion is very comfortable to use and is less prone to wrong entry. A high grade organizer and a large phonebook of the 6230i is quite typical of a Nokia business phone. The user memory has been increased to 32 Mb against 6 Mb of the previous model. Whats more is the Nokia 6230i also supports memory cards.

The phone includes a 1.3 megapixel camera prudently closed with a plastic window. The CMOS sensor, digital zoom and video capabilities of the camera increases the utility of the Nokia 6230i. The handset's integrated media player plays mp3 files with various bit-rate, including the high one. The playback quality is incredibly high without any distortions. It also supports playlists. The device includes a FM radio and allows keeping about 20 FM radio stations.

The Nokia 6230i supports tri-band GSM networks and automatically switches between them so you don't have to change your globe hopping ways. Push to Talk makes the phone usable like a walkie talkie to allows you to be in constant touch with your team. The device is endowed with class 10 GPRS/EDGE. Send and receive emails or simply surf the net with the WAP 2.0 browser. The advance Bluetooth profiles other than Infrared and USB supports Hands-free, Headset, Object push profile, File transfer profile, Dial-up networking profile, Voice Gateway.

If you're looking for a small yet powerful performer, Nokia 6230i is worth a look.

Nokia 6230i

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