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Nokia's low-end 3230 smartphone hits UK

Nokia3230 After a parade of wacky designs Nokia has returned to more conventional styling for its new entry-level 3230 Series 60 smartphone. Sporting a compact chocolate bar design with a 176 x 208 pixel, 65k colour display, the 3230 has a 1.23 megapixel camera and can capture up to an hours of video.

The handset’s dimensions are 109 x 49 x 19 mm and it weighs 110grams. The battery will provide 100-150 hours standby time and 4 hours talk time. Annoyingly it uses a mini MMC card (it comes with a 32MB one) which limits the amount of storage it can offer via the card to a pathetic 64MB.

The 3230 lso comes with a further selection of entertainment features including an FM receiver, multiplayer Bluetooth games and also the interesting Agent V game, which like the amazing Mozzies on the Siemens SX1, uses the camera's viewfinder. It is available now via Orange from £30.

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Posted by Shiny Media on April 5, 2005 in Mobile phones | Permalink


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I have N3230 and 512 MB single voltage RS-MMC inside (42 eur)

Posted by: Tom | Apr 22, 2005 9:40:23 PM

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