Nokia 6230, the best Nokia phone in series 40, probably found its successor, the Nokia 6230i, as today a detailed photo gallery and information was published on PGCW.com. A spy photo of this model was revealed for a first time in June 2004 and since then, no other related info. The PGCW.com is trustworthy, as it has previously unveiled other exclusive photos and information of future Nokia models.
Major differences of Nokia 6230i in comparison with 6230 are the integrated 1.3 MP camera (VGA, 640x480 pixels in 6230), memory of 16 MB (6 MB shared memory in 6230) and probably the most debated feature - it's display. PGCW.com says it is 128x160 pixels, but this is unlikely as the display is obviously quadratic. Other sources claim a size of 208x208 pixels.
The size is almost the same - 103 x 44 x 22 mm, weighting 104 g compared to 103 x 44 x 20 mm and 97 g of Nokia 6230. Other features are the same: tri-band, Polyphonic (24 channels), monophonic and MP3 ringtones, 1000 phonebook entries, MMC card slot, SMS, MMS, Email, Instant Messaging, Java, Bluetooth, FM radio.