madhur, 11 Nov 2009 I feel is the memory. It has inbuild memory of 10 MB but, it could have been increased to 256... morenokia.com says that it has 32mb internal memory. I want to know if it really has 32mb or 10mb memory. (maybe you have to delete some themes or files to achieve the maximum 32mb?) anyone, feel free to answer this.. just reply on my email address --> firstname.lastname@example.org
Nokia 2323 by the name itself is pretty cool similarly the features too. A very good looking mobile which has a
perfect display screen. Finishing is awesome in this mobile, and has a very good features when compare to other mobile phones.
The only one backdrop the sound clarity in FM it will not give the at most satisfaction. However it is cool to listen the music in such a sound.
Cover gaat inderdaad heel moeilijk open, en heb steeds het probleem 'Registratie SIM-kaart mislukt'. Heel vervelend, en ik weet niet wat hieraan te doen. Weet iemand een oplossing ? Bedankt !
sita, 29 Sep 2009ghatiya phone. i dont refer any1 to buy it netwrok problems. n hangs too much.. n cheap quality.Sita, this feedback, if supported with some information would be more useful, instead labeling GHATIA, as it contradicts with all other feedback
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2009that's normal thing in the newer nokia model.Can't be anything done about it?? It's really annoying
Kirthi, 01 Nov 2009I got this mob yday. Its such a cool one. I love it.Good Selection. Because its a simply super Mobile.
Overall, it is nice. But could somebody , pls, tell me what is the thing with the sms font size? When set to normal, it is normal when texting but really small when reading a received SMS. When set to big, it is normal when receiving, but huuuge when texting... Or is it just mine phone who does that?
I feel is the memory. It has inbuild memory of 10 MB but, it could have been increased to 256 MB or external memory card option since it has music player, voice recorder and redio recording facilities...
its quite difficult to remove the back cover to remove battery or to put in your sim card.
Except FM rest features are good. fm handsfree sounds really bad.. worst quality handsfree..
Only 2 issues-: The internal memory is very less. The internal memory should have been more or there would been a card slot (for extra memory).
Secondly, this phone doesn't have a flashlight.
I guess this phone would have been the best in it's category, both pricewise and qualitywise if it was having both the above mentioned features.
Rest apart, for Rs. 2200/- I would say I have bought the best phone with all the features like FM, Bluetooth, GPRS and all other basic functions.
this is most beautiful phone in its class.go n get it....it has bluetooth n FM which make it cool in functionality.also it has big screen n gud battery backup...finally it is worth in 2200Rs.....
yes this phone supports blue tooth headset.i am using Nokia Bluetooth Headset BH-209.Almost all nokia ones and jabras also.
Does this phome support bluetooth device? Want to use a bloutooth earphone with this. Have got conflicting feedback on this.
Hey dis mob s so handy and luk rich........dis s a cheap in cost but high in quality thanx 2 nokia for releasing such a cool mob:-):-):-):-)
I have here a 2320 classic (AT&T: US), which is identical to the 2323 except for the lack of FM radio and bluetooth. (Very much in the manner of similarity between the 2610 and 2626 which were supplanted by these new models). I'm posting this here because there is no file on GSM Arena for the 2320c as of yet. Considering the above, I'll confine most of my comments to features common to both models.
Really good speaker/ringtones...very clear and LOUD.
Looks modern and like a more expensive model, relatively slim, very pocketable size, and build quality and durability is quite decent, though slightly less solid feeling than the 2610/2626.
Screen is bright and vivid, and though low-res, it is much better than that of the 2610/2626 it replaces
Good suite of organizer features (voice memo/to-do list/notepad, etc.)
Though lacking a memory card slot, the larger built-in memory vs. the 2610 and others it replaces means more room for apps and fewer crashes due to exceeding capacity (e.g., when using browser)
Good battery life.
Has GPRS, email and IM capability.
Trapdoor sim slot easier to use than the slide-in pocket type.
Door over the jack cluster (headset/charge etc.) keeps out pocket lint and dirt.
Now for the cons:
Backlight time can't be adjusted and is too short; also dims after a few seconds (presumably to conserve battery, but this should be up to the user's preference).
Included games cannot be deleted to make more of the (limited) memory space (at least in this AT&T USA model 2320, but I've heard of other Nokias on other networks, or open-line, with the same issue so I'm assuming it is generally the case here as well).
No data/tethering port; the micro serial port is for technician (or hacker) purposes only. This lacking is somewhat alleviated on the 2323 by the bluetooth capability.
Interface/OS can be a bit sluggish at times, though a big improvement over some of the older budget models (and texting is pretty fast)
Only a few commonly used symbols are on the "1" key, requiring calling a menu to select many frequently-needed ones
Not defaulting to numeral mode on the To: field in SMS entry mode
Keypad is ok but somewhat lacking in tactile quality, not optimal for texting.
Speaker grille on battery door could allow ingress of moisture.
Battery door is rather difficult to remove; it needs to be lifted with a fingernail around its periphery after unlocking with the top release button; one fears it will break due to the bending that occurs when doing this, although it seems to be pretty strong (if thin) plastic material.
DCT4+ so like other new Nokias, cannot be fully unlocked with current crop of hypersims...for now. ;) Offline/non-network functions will work using a hypersim and an "unauthorized" sim, but GSM radio is disabled. While a con for the end-user, admittedly this isn't something that Nokia would be inclined to do anything about, considering it is intentional... in fact I'm sure those Finns are laughing in their vodka about it. :)
No FM radio on the 2320, when the even-cheaper and simpler 1661 has this feature. Logic behind this omission??
No A2DP on the 2323 bluetooth so one can pipe some tunes to the headset (though with the limited memory, there won't be many songs). Still, how much does a few lines of code cost?
Hangup-key power-on sometimes causes unwanted turn-on in pocket; far better would be the separate power button on top like many other models.
In short, Nokia *almost* got it perfect this time, with only a few oversights or cost-cutting measures somewhat marring the otherwise ideal budget cellphone series.
Puja, 27 Oct 2009i am using ths cell for past 4 months. find it really good. can store lots of sms n contacts. ... morewell its your sim related problem if it shows sim registration prob.contactthe store frm whr u got ur sim.