guyz, dont u think the phone has a very bad luk? n hw's the battery of it?
Alam, 31 May 2008Well this is an excellent phone with a good hardware configuration at a very low price. The on... morefor pdf and word and excel files of small sizes with limitations please check getjatdotcom and mobile9dotcom
Well this is an excellent phone with a good hardware configuration at a very low price. The only disadvantage is that it is a series 40 phone which results in low surfing speeds as compared the symbian phones and it is not manufactured with document viewer. The stereo speakers are superb with surround sound effect that is very rarely found in other nokia and sony ericsson models.
Can anybody knows where can i download document viewer(java) for this handset?
good decent mobile with quite a handy features. Only thing is a bit stiff numeric buttons
cant think ths is a phone really ths is not a phone this is box with loud speakers
K750i/K550i have CLEARER Imaging, since they have Autofocus and Flash.....
6233 delivers CLEAR Images though..
nokia now gives 128mb micro sd card instead of
the new firmware update or mobile purchased since jan 08 is much less prone from freezing.
its headphone clarity is better than 6300
And the image quality in the daylight is better than 6300,n70,k750,k550
The Nokia 6233 (and its twin, the 6234, exclusive to Vodafone) is a 3G phone with looks very similar to the old 6230i. It's a good-looking phone with an attractive stainless steel finish and a practical design with a good keypad. It's a nice size, and not too heavy for a 3G phone, albeit heavier than most 2G phones. The phone is user-friendly with a new Series 40 interface with an animated 3D menu and graphics. Some things have been updated, but the 6233 still encapsulates the user-friendliness for which Nokia is famous.
The 6233 is a jack-of-all-trades with no outstanding features, but ticking enough boxes to make it appealing to a broad market, much like the old 6230i. It has a decent 2 megapixel camera (no flash unfortunately), a music player that can handle a range of formats and a stereo FM radio. A nice feature is the use of twin speakers to give a 3D surround effect. The sound quality is good, but not as good as when using stereo headphones. The 6233 comes with a 64 Mbyte memory card which is enough to get started, and this can be upgraded to 2 Gbytes if you're serious about storing music on your phone. Bluetooth connectivity is supported, as well as USB and infrared. There's also a good choice of 3D games, including a multiplayer option. Web browsing is fast, thanks to EDGE, and battery life is very good.
The 6233/6234 is a 3G phone designed with mass market appeal. It lacks a video calling function, which is a strange and surprising ommission in a 3G phone. Reception is not always that great - a common problem with 3G phones, but the 6233 seems particularly prone to this, which makes us suspect a hardware/firmware issue, and it's a phone that displays an annoying tendency to freeze, reset or randomly shut down. For these reasons, we cannot really recommend it. A much better phone is the Nokia 6300 (not 3G), or if you want a 3G phone try the Sony Ericsson V630i.
I bought this phone 6233 2 days back. It Rocks! i installed Yahoo Go 2.0 and GMAIL and they work great.