It doesn't have usb cable in this package ! but this is a good phone !
hey you real walkman if i got u i will fnck your asssh. your comments are out dated man change somee.
yo i have just buy one its very good with his 16 giga memory. i can now save every type of songs.
yes 5230 is complicated connecting thru bleutooht modem, majority thru usb only but it heats up and may damage your phone. OO=========D eat this noypi hahaha
its not advisable to use cheapo 5230 as a modem, the reason it heats up i might damage ur phone, unlike sony ericsson which connects via bluetooth and i neva experinced heatup...
I hav been using the 5230 for 7 months now n so far so good. U can install amazing applications such as Shazam n Adobe Reader which u cant in Samsung phones. So go ahead and critisize the phone but we all know the 5230 is dope.
" It's good but its very hard to install software and games.. Thanks to Helloox2 and my free signer.. "
can i use my nokia 5230 onto my laptop. My desire is i want to use the internet and use a monitor instead the nokia's tft screen. reason so i can have a better and bigger view.
to those who are inquiring about this phone.
1. BAD CAMERA - worst imaging 2mp with pinkish tint
2. MONO SOUND - sounds like a can, better hide it if a . Samsung, LG, SE user is playing an mp3
Beatrice, 08 Sep 2010Hi guys. Saw your comments, and praises to your persuasive prowess! Hahaha. I'm planning to en... more5230 doesn't have wi-fi.
in almost all other aspects however, the 5230 excels over Corby: Symbian 60 platform which ensures lots of applications can be installed/added, higher resolution among them.
Hi guys. Saw your comments, and praises to your persuasive prowess! Hahaha. I'm planning to enrol in Smart's Plan 800 with the Corby Wi-fi phone for free, but when I saw this thread ya'll made me think twice.
I initially picked Corby Wifi because of its slim exterior. I'm a college student on commute and I guess texting in public with an eye-catcher would attract bad attention. I've already been snatched once and I'm still traumatized by the experience.
If I opt for 5230, I'd add 1,500 to the plan upon enrolment, and that's it. If I push thru with Corby, the phone is free.
My question is, is 5230 worth it? Both phones have wi-fi. I know from experience that Nokia cameras are better than Samsung's (I'm using a Samsung slide-up phone as of now). But I'm leading a busy life here, and I'm also curious about Nokia's battery life. My present phone can function for 4 days, how about the 5230?
Persuasion, please. :)I'm planning to enrol at Samrt this week. :))