Released June, 2009
The Pros:Long battery life. Rubbery back cover, easy to hold. Good keypad, easy to type.
The Cons:Less than 10MB internal memory, cannot be expanded. Worst camera, captures fisheye images.
The Nokia 2323 is a dual-band entry-level candybar phone with several basic features. Its frame design and features are almost identical to those of the Nokia 2323. It has a simple, stylish frame, and calling functions like conference calling, speed dialing, and number and message screening.
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The main differences between the two are that the 2330 comes with a built-in VGA camera with video capture and playback, and has slightly longer battery life. All other features are the same: The 2330 still has a built-in FM radio receiver with broadcast recording capabilities, it uses the Nokia 40 operating system and has the same personal information features like reminders, to-do list and calendar. It also features Opera 8 internet browsing, and uses Bluetooth 2.0 wireless technology.
- Release Date: June 2009
- Dual-band GSM 900/1800, 850/1900 in North America
- 65k color display
- Low price point
- 1000-contact phone book
- VGA camera with video capture
- SMS with T9 predictive text, EMS, email
- Opera 8 Internet browser
- Bluetooth v2.0
- Numerous personal information tools (e.g. organizer, calendar, alarms, to-do list)
- FM radio receiver and broadcast recording
- 32MB internal memory
- 3 included games
- Up to 4.75 hour talk time battery life
User Reviews (6)
Rubbery back cover, easy to hold
Good keypad, easy to type
Less than 10MB internal memory, cannot be expanded
Worst camera, captures fisheye images
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