Kimmy6230i, 08 Apr 2009I've had this since August 2005. It's still all-original (except for the upgraded MMC, everyth... moreUsing it since July 2006...best phone ever so far...had used 7 phones prior to this....Nokia 6230i is simply one of the best phones ever made by man.....dont get it anymore in my country......hope it comes back to the market.....
meme, 05 May 2009Pls i want to purchase nokia 6230i, but i need to know weather i can browse the internet via U... moreYes u can i'm using it, Just install Nokia sute and u a ready to connect 2 the net.
OHMY.! why the phone is so expensive, i had it 4 years ago. it still costs a lot. of course the price is 40% cheaper. but why it's so expensive! please explain me.
Pls i want to purchase nokia 6230i, but i need to know weather i can browse the internet via USB cable connection on my computer. pls i need urgent response
Any one of You can plz tell me that if this phone supports java application/softwares.
any experience about that
plz mail me to
thanx in advance!
by far the best phone ever. i have since had an n80 and now n82, which obviously have better features, but they are not perfect. this phone IS perfect - especially the 'Go To' menu! quite simply the best phone ever.
Yeah nokia 6230i supports jar files but you have to install them with pc suite.. Its rocking..
The Nokia6230i is by far one the best phones ever made its Nokia and nokia makes the best phones i love it so much its just so neat,silk and so me
This is th ebest phone ever made! (im missing mine, coz i had it stolen :¬(
I totally agree with you guys, who say that you'll cant change or dont feel like changing your 6230i's
Its a wonderful wonderful phone...there is simply nothing that it doesnt have.
Mine is also a nov 2005 model and I just hope I can get new covers for it...the current ones are falling apart :(
I also need to service the buttons..but i will keep my phone and nuthing in the market so far will make me change it !
The best NOKIA phone so far. I have it since july 2005 and am using it till now!
@sulaimon i think 6230i supports jar files. I got his older brother 6230 and i can use opera4.2
I love the phone.the only thing i have against is that it does not support application.like opera.i just want to know if there is sort of application it supports.
This phone is more than any other phone you can think of, easy to use any body can use it........6230i you are too good i love!!!
I have had this phone since October 2005, this phone simply doesn't allow me to switch to another one... superb work by nokia... very quick menu navigation and processor seems to be one of the best nokia has ever used... music sounds pretty good...i just love it!!!
ive always liked the style ov that phone, ive tried to buy 1 but to no avail. am sure i will find 1 sooner or later.
I've dropped it an entire floor and it hit marble. It has survived without a scratch. Proof, if anyone needs it, that Nokia phones are built to last.
Now if only I could find a better battery for it...
I've had this since August 2005. It's still all-original (except for the upgraded MMC, everything including the battery is intact). It still works like a charm. It's been dropped a few times and accidentally left on a puddle of water face-down, yet it soldiers on like an energizer bunny.
From 5 days' battery life when it was brand-new, batt's now down to 2 days. The casing also has its lion's share of cuts and bruises (more like battle scars) but is still in one piece and holds the phone nicely. The keypads are still okay except for the topmost 3 keys (on top of the 'send', 'end', and the up-navigation key) where just lately, i've experienced some difficulty pressing them to respond (probably due to dust particles).
With the length of time this phone has been with me and the torture it endured as it faithfully accompanied me to my daily grind, meetings, and trips, I am simply amazed at its durability and timelessness of design.
When i bought it, i was expecting a business-class phone with understated elegance. What i got was more than that. Yes, it was a midrange business phone with its features (it's a 2.5G phone as 3G was still under wraps at that time) but it performed like a marathon runner on steroids - never giving up on you whatever the situation.
I also bought it because of its simplicity, as i am partial to bar phones and this one provided the right tactile feel for texting and just the right grasp. its keypads are arranged in a sloping manner to let you feel where in the keypad you're presing, plus it's thick and heavy enough to make you feel secure when grasping it yet light and small enough to just fit the palm of your hands.
This phone's also feature-packed for simple phone users with medium requirements. Screen contrast is excellent even after almost 4 years of use. Speaker's loud enough and has good audio quality. Plays mp3 and 3gp files. Bluetooth AND infrared are also standard here (I don't see IR much nowadays). No 3G, though, but I don't really need it as my other phone takes care of the 3G stuff.
I honestly haven't found a 6-series successor to this one-of-a-kind phone. This phone is an epitome of having your cake and eating it too.
I also wish Nokia create a 6-series phone that's as tough and as robust as this. Sturdy, simple, user-friendly, reliable, very long battery life, feature-packed, and timelessly elegant with an intentionally understated design. These are what made me win over the 6230i and these are what i will look for in its successor.
I'm glad i chose to buy this phone. i'll keep using this until it conks out...well, hopefully in the distant future.=)