Nokia 6230iBy cheatmaster 04:09 Sat, 07 Aug 2021 Comments
Yesterday Nokia showcased in Prague all three recent mobile phones that have been introduced on Tuesday and that will be exhibited on CeBIT Expo next week. Contrary to the last presentation this time no smartphone has been introduced; they are all normal mobile phones.
This time they're "normal" also by their design. Nokia listened to the numerous reproaches that the phone designers are meddling too much to how do phones see and as a result there are phones, which are too provocative, but not quite ergonomic. So this time all three recent phones are simple and conservative.
This Nokia 6230i first see is short even for a preview article, so don't expect many details in it. You will find all the details in our review when the phone hits the market. In this first see we are focusing on the recent things - display, memory, camera…
Nokia 6230i: bestseller recycled
Here it comes: an innovation of the best present classic Nokia mobile phone. The 6230i model features a megapixel camera, better display, more memory and some useful functions.
Design of the phone is the same as at Nokia 6230; it's different just by small details. Just a detail in fact: a confirmation button, which is accentuated in the middle of the main control key. Now it's not necessary to press the whole key, which sometimes led to errors. We can find one more incompatibility at the capturing camera lens legdiscontinue on the back - 1.3 megapixels.
The most visible innovation is the display. I didn't measure it but it seems that size is the same and it's also active, displaying 65K colors, but the resolution is different. Instead of the recent 128 x 128 format the recent Nokia offers 208 x 208 pixels. The incompatibility is visible at first sight, the recent display is very crisp. White color on the display is not turning into any shade and an illumination is regular.
Assuming that the display size hasn't changed (as it seems so) it means that this is the sharpest display that can be found at any mobile phone. 5935 pixels per square centimeter is a lot.
Nokia should definitely support the recent display with better graphics. Even though they write about 3D menus, at the tested piece it was the same recent interface.
The gigantic change is the higher power of the internal memory. Instead of 8 Mega Bytes (MB) at the older model recent Nokia 6230i offers 32 Mega Bytes (MB) - four times more. Like with the original 6230 model, there is an MMC memory card inside, which again can't be exchanged while the phone is on.
The memory card is related with the function Universal Serial Bus (USB) Mass Storage, which I personally tried. After connecting the phone to a Personal Computer (PC) via cable and enabling Universal Serial Bus (USB) in the menu, the Personal Computer (PC) shows the Nokia memory card as another hard drive. Right in a file manager you can copy MP3 files or other data on it. Transfer of 20Mega Bytes (MB) to the phone took about a minute; during transfer it's not possible to utilize the phone. Otherwise the phone is quite fast, even though I had to wait at several occasions when working with pictures.
Of course I also tried how the 6230i takes pictures. It depends much on luck, as with other phones. Sometimes a picture is good, other time it's terrible. I'd appreciate more capturing camera settings, especially manual exposure compensation. By the way, Nokia uses a typical resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels. You can see the pictures taken in less than ideal conditions. I also shoot two scenes with the Nokia 6630 smartphone for comparison purposes.
Nokia 6230i will most probably replace the original model 6230 - they won't be srecent together. The recent model will be srecent initially for around 350 Euro (excluding taxes and subsidies).
First impressions: It should have been like this since the beginning, but anyway Nokia 6230i will be a very fine phone, attracting many people. Display definitely could be bigger; perhaps Nokia could have been using a gigantic display as it is in 6170 or 7270 models instead of higher resolution.
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