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8th August 2014
Lumia 730 leaked ahead of official release.
7th August 2014
Entry-level and mid-range phones head-up summer sale.
24th July 2014
New budget blower enters the fray.
18th July 2014
So long, Nokia X. We barely knew ye.
18th July 2014
Future handsets will use Windows Phone instead.
16th July 2014 – 2 comments
Is a new design and Windows Phone 8.1 enough to sell the Lumia 930?
The Nokia 6230i is a great looking handset that teams the styling of a true design classic with fun and practical functions.
Nokia’s 6230i has sold millions worldwide and is continuing to do years after its launch. Not surprising given its fantastic functionality and easy to use menus.
The phone’s array of selling points include a video recorder with sound and the capability to record one hour of footage, a fun onboard camera and a music player, which supports all major file formats including MP3, AAC and MPEG4.
Owners of this great handset also benefit from fast internet access with high speed downloads thanks to the Nokia 6230i’s EDGE compatibility. They can also receive and send e-mail while on the go.
Other features of the Nokia 6230i include MP3 polyphonic ringtones & alerts, an FM stereo, speed dialling, a hands-free speaker, MMS and text messaging, built-in 3-D games and vibration alert.
The Nokia 6230i is tri-band meaning that it can be used in most parts of the world and has 32MB of internal memory for storage. This can be boosted further by up to 512MB by adding a memory card.
Talk time is between three to five hours on a full charge or between 100 to 300 hours when the phone is on standby.