Sunday, August 15, 2010

Nokia 5230 | Phone Review

Tech Blog - The Nokia 5230 is good looking and easy to navigate. It has a large 3.2 inch screen, which although slightly smaller than the iPhone comes with a higher resolution of 640 by 360 pixels. The touch screen is resistive and therefore not oversensitive, and also comes with a useful stylus. You can take photos on the 5230, but as the camera is only 2 megapixels it is best suited for quick snaps.

In terms of internet and connectivity features, this Symbian S6O smart phone comes with 3G but no Wi Fi, although it also has Bluetooth and USB connectivity. It’s high speed HSDPA means that the 5230 boasts download speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps. One interesting feature is the built in A-GPS receiver, which also comes with Ovi Maps supplied. The phone has built in access to the Ovi Store for downloading any other apps you may want.

This phone has a substantial amount of storage, with 70MB of memory initially that can be expanded to anything up to 16GB with the addition of a microSD card, although this will have to be bought separately. Although it is quite a chunky, heavy model compared to some of the lighter models on the market, the extra weight can be attributed to the bigger battery, meaning the 5230 comes with excellent battery life.

The Nokia 5230 comes in black and white. The sleek white version can be obtained for free at the Dial A Phone website.
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