Nokia 7230

Priced at just €100 before tax and carrier discount, the Nokia 7230 is a fashion phone that does seem to offer a lot of features for the money.
 Nokia 7230

While it isn't exactly state of the art when it comes to specification, the 7230 does come with 3G support, a 3.2 megapixel camera, a 2.4" QVGA resolution display, FM radio, Bluetooth, microSD expandable memory (with 2GB in the standard sales package) and a 3.5mm audio socket.

There are a few drawbacks - the main one is that the 7230 doesn't support 3.5G data, there's no camera light and the video recording capabilities are pretty average.. but then we wouldn't really expect features like that on a phone of this price. It's worth noting that Nokia say that the 7230 is capable of a maximum download speed of up to 2Mbps using UMTS, where carriers can support it.

 Nokia 7230

The Nokia 7230 runs the familiar Series 40 operating system, it can also integrate with Facebook, Flickr and Ovi and it comes with all the usual features such as a web browser and email client and it also support Nokia Maps (although obviously it doesn't have GPS).

Maximum talktime is 3.7 hours on 3G with up to 16 days standby time, and the phone package comes in at a pocket-friendly 100 grams weight and 98 x 48 x 15mm in size. There are two colour variations available of graphite and hot pink.

This is a straightforward phone that should be good enough for most people when it comes to mobile Internet, music playback and basic photography.. as well as making phone calls. It's a good looking handset too, and given all of these features we think that it should appeal to both prepay and budget contract customers.

Nokia say that the 7230 should be available during Q1 2010. Just try not to confuse it with the Nokia 2370!

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