I have already got this phone for almost a month. It is no doubt to say this phone is great when only the time it is sold.
As time goes on, the sound from the speaker is getting softer and softer, the plastic cover (front and back cover) is losing its tightness to the phone body. So it always produce unpleasent sound from the plastic friction.
The good build quality cannot last long. I am quite disappointed.
I hope there is a 3rd party manufacturer will make metal cover so this phone can regain its true value.
Does anyone know any websites where you can get the USB cables/Bluetooth Recievers/Card Readers for a good price and are compatible and quality?
for now i lyk the pearl white casing for N6230...what do you mean by silver? the tin gray color?
Just a note there. SD cards have a thicker plastic casing and it won't even FIT into the socket of the phone.
You can't have EVERYTHING on one phone. And plus, more colors = higher battery drain. But I did find a bug on my phone. If you open a video and quickly press the volume up (on the side of the phone), the phone will restart itself. I've tried it with different videos and on different media (saved on MMC and on the phone). I will go consult Nokia about this but please try to see if this happens to you too.
nope, this is not the best phone yet. mitsubishi is using 262K LCD. 65K for this
hi! jst got my N6230 the other day, so far so good...very impressive...such a featuristic phone yet super sleek....the sound quality is just fair enough & quite loud 2 b heard by everybody n 10m distance,anywayz the perfect phone doesn't exist yet..for now, N6230 is the best...f ur planning 2 buy one, u may choose the color pearl white (it's really cool)..here's the formula:
features+sleek design+1-2fixable bugs = almost perfect.......huhu
You must first give your card a name if it doesn't have one, or else it won't recognize it.
Using ANY forms of connection will not affect the interface of the PC Suite. Which means it works the same no matter what form of connection you use. You just need to tell the Connection manager which form of connection to detect. The maximum transfer rate of Bluetooth is 1Mbps but the actual rate attained is only around 60kbps (kilobytes per second). The speed decreases with the increase of distance between your phone and the bluetooth receiver. Bluetooth is good for transferring photos or mp3's but if u wanna get a 256MB card and put in some movies, i'd suggest a card reader.
To: Cyber Sniper
May i know if the bluetooth works exactly the same as the cable? For backing up contacts and pic and etc.....
How fast is the transfer rate when comparing with a cable? For example x1 mp3 song transfer from PC to phone using bluetooth?
Thanks for info.
I tried a 512MB card in the 6230, and it didnt work. When I went to the Gallery, there was no MMC Card icon. Any suggestions?