Nokia 3220 Review: Camera, Data Functions, ConclusionsBy cheatmaster 02:20 Sat, 07 Aug 2021 Comments
Too vivid photos
The integrated Video Graphics Array (VGA) capturing camera makes pictures of average quality. They have a soft color shade, mostly green, which is to a large degree seen in the picture corners. Four modes for picture taking are available: standard photo, portrait, night mode and video. It's always possible to choose from 3 different image qualities. The self- timer at Nokia 3220 is supplemented by light effects. At the capturing camera window there is no mirror this time so you have to manage it in a different way.
Pictures are stored into a defined folder in the shared memory. You can utilize several features for editing the images: insert text, insert border, clip-art or crop.
In video mode it is possible to create records (with sounds) in length limited only by the size of the shared memory. 3GP records quality is not high but enough for an MMS.
Data and PC
Communication with the world is guaranteed by General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) class 10, HSCSD and quick data transfer technology EDGE. The phone would do a fine job as a hardware modem but connection to a computer is possible only via a data cable. There is no infrared port or Bluetooth available.
If you like mobile surfing on the Internet, you will appreciate that Nokia 3220 includes browser supporting Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) 2.0 and XHyperText Markup Language (HTML) format.
You can find a Personal Computer (PC) Suite programs pack on the Internet and it's also possible that it will be delivered on a Compact Disk (CD) with the phone. Personal Computer (PC) Suite functions are well known from the other Nokia Series 40 phones; it's not different.
I am sure that Nokia 3220 will find many upholders. It's srecent for reasonable price and the potential customer will acquire a phone loaded with functions and with unconvetional design, which he will be able to adapt in an original way. Call for this phone will definitely increase when operators, which don't support EDGE in their networks acquire it going - then Nokia 3220 will become one of the cheapest phones equipped with this technology.
I don't know if there is anything to reproach to this phone. Just missing Bluetooth or at least infrared port makes me feel bad. First of all, we should haged in mind that this is not a model intended for business users, but a stylish phone designed mainly for entertainment.
It won't be easy for Nokia 3220 competitors. If we consider only the stylish phones with classical construction and foracquire other Nokia models, Nokia 3220 rivals might be Siemens ST60, Philips 535 or Sagem myX-6.
Pros and Cons
+ Wide range of functions
+ Stylish light effects
- Not very comfortable keypad
- Eccentric color combinations
- Missing wireless connection to a Personal Computer (PC) - no infrared port or Bluetooth
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