Rigel, 01 Jan 2016Nokia 515 is better than this.. The only good here is front camera with flash.Nokia 515 and Samsung S5611 are probably the best feature phones currently on the market.
laokar, 31 Dec 2015will it support whatsapp?Main drawback is doesn't support whatsapp,it is not good enough for this price,Skype Facebook Bing supported phone.
The spirit is never at rest,but always engaged in progressive motion,giving itself new form...
I like the shape and structure of Nokia 230.I really like the form of this phone...
I buy this phone yesterday phone was awesome having good look and stylish.having frnt and bck flash.that to less weight
People don't take phones - phones take people!
Thanks Nokia 230 for choosing me...i 'll be loyal to you...
PTC-the Nokia fanboy, 27 Dec 2015Nope, this not a3G phone. No Wi-fi also.Battery timing?
Life is all about balance and Nokia 230 is a well balanced feature phone.
Nokia 515 is better than this..
The only good here is front camera with flash.
To go back to tradition is the first step forward...I like traditional phones like 230!
The thousands remaining ex Nokia employees that now works under Microsofts flag as a subdivision did their best with the design and some other things for 230.Microsoft chosen OS and browser opera mini for Nokia feature phones.Nokia sold the phone division and all patterns to Microsoft,it's true.The other part of Nokia that is not sold to Microsoft is Nokia Finland the division with maps that will try to release Android phones(design & technology) propably with the help of Meizu to manufacture them cause its a part of the deal that Nokia isn't allowed to manufacture it's own phones.At the end let's say that 230 is 70% a Microsoft phone & 30% is a NOKIA PHONE.To be fair we must admit that the spirit of Nokia (feature phones) still exists but with a lot of limitations because of Microsoft.
Personally i like 230.
Anonymous, 30 Dec 2015Didn't like Microsoft had already bought Nokia? So Nokia has still right to make phones with N... moreThese phones are made by Microsoft but sold under the Nokia name; This was part of the agreement when Nokia sold its mobile division to Microsoft