Nokia 3230


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  • Nokia 3230

    Evaluation in my collection: Great – 9.5/10

    Life timer: N/A  |  Boxed: NO

    Release Year: 2005  |  Release Price: 350 EUR

    About: The Nokia 3230[1] is a Symbian Series 60 smartphone announced on November 2, 2004. It was billed as the first Series 60 phone aimed at the mass-market rather than the higher-end Series 60 devices with a relatively low cost of 350 euros when released in Q1 2005.This phone was designed as a replacement for two previous youth-oriented Nokia phones – the Nokia 3660 Series 60 smartphone and the Nokia 3220 feature phone. No variant of this phone was released for the United States market.

    It runs on Series 60 2nd Edition Feature Pack 1 (Version 2.1), based on Symbian OS 7.0s. It features several games (including multiplayer Bluetooth games), a 1.23-megapixel camera, Nokia Lifeblog, a 32 MB RS-MMC to store extra images and applications, Push to Talk, a 176?208 pixel 65,536-colour screen, multimedia messaging, and RealPlayer.

    The Nokia 3230 is one of the first with Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC), a walkie-talkie style method of communicating, and also Visual Radio, which enhances a normal radio receiver with extra info about artists and songs delivered over GPRS.

    For data transfer, the phone can use EDGE to upload up to 35.2 kbit/s and download up to 178.6 kbit/s, and is a GPRS multislot class 10, up to 80 kbit/s.

    Known issues
    It has been frequently reported that fine dust get into the space between the LCD screen and the transparent plastic cover. The dust can be manually removed by opening the plastic case.[4]

    In common with many phones of this type, the battery life is not as much as you would expect on older models of phones. Less than 2 days is typical whereas older ‘mono screen’ phones can often manage a week between recharging.

    Users also reported that before the call ringtone sound, the 3230 would give a loud “beep” sound, with no way to turn it off or control its volume. The device would beep even on silent mode. This issue was most common in the early models of the phone.

    Other users have reported slow response times for the camera, sudden screen blackouts and random reboots.

    Reviews when released: Trusted Review

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  • Nokia 6260

    Evaluation in my collection: Great – 9/10

    Nokia Codename: Lightning

    Life timer: N/A  |  Boxed: YES

    Release Year: 2004  |  Release Price: ~380-400 USD

    About: The Nokia 6260 is a high-end business orientated clamshell phone, similar in many ways to the Nokia 6230 bar phone.The 6260 has some interesting features, including Push-To-Talk (PTT) enabling low-cost and easy conferencing or one-to-one chat using the inbuilt GPRS data connection, a swivelling screen to help with web surfing and picture taking, and a mobile VPN client to allow business users to connect to corporate networks securely. There’s also Bluetooth, removable MMC memory cards and the Symbian Series 60 operating system.

    Reviews when released: Mobile Review#Nokia

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  • Nokia 7610


    Evaluation in my collection: As new – 10/10

    Nokia Codename: Catalina

    Life timer: 3m  |  Boxed: YES

    Release Year: 2004  |  Release Price: 500 EUR

    About: The Nokia 7610 is a Symbian OS smartphone introduced at CEBIT on 18 March 2004.It features a 1 megapixel camera (1152×864 pixels) and was targeted at the “fashion conscious” individual with a design similar to 2003’s Nokia 7600. It went on sale with a list price of ?500 and came with a 64 MB MMC card. It runs on Nokia’s Series 60 platform (version 2.1). It was marketed as a stylish and imaging device, and allowed direct Bluetooth photo printing.End-users can also use the 7610 with Nokia Lifeblog. Other pre-installed applications include the Opera Mobile web browser, RealOne player and Kodak Photo Sharing.

    Reviews when released: Mobile Review

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