Hollywood Actors          Hollywood Actress          Bollywood Actors          Bollywood Actress          Tollywood Actors          Tollywood Actress          Kollywood Actors          Kollywood Actress          Sandalwood Actors          Sandalwood Actress          Malluwood Actors          Malluwood Actress

Nokia 3230 Specification

The Nokia 3230 is a Symbian Series 60 smartphone announced on November 2, 2004. It was billed as the first Series 60 phone aimed at the mass-market rather than the higher-end Series 60 devices.

It runs on Series 60 2nd Edition Feature Pack 1 (Version 2.1), based on Symbian OS 7.0s. It features several games (including multiplayer Bluetooth games), a 1.23 megapixel camera, Nokia Lifeblog, a 32 MB RS-MMC to store extra images and applications, Push to Talk, a 176×208 pixel 65,536-colour screen, multimedia messaging, and RealPlayer.

The Nokia 3230 is one of the first with Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC), a walkie-talkie style method of communicating, and also Visual Radio, which enhances a normal radio receiver with extra info about artists and songs delivered over GPRS.

For data transfer, the phone can use EDGE to upload up to 35.2 kbit/s and download up to 178.6 kbit/s, and is a GPRS multislot class 10, up to 80 kbit/s.

Known issues

It has been frequently reported that fine dust get into the space between the LCD screen and the transparent plastic cover. The dust can be manually removed by opening the plastic case.

In common with many phones of this type the battery life is not as much as you would expect on older models of phones. Less than 2 days is typical where as older 'mono screen' phones can often manage a week between recharging.

Also, this is one of the slowest Symbian phones in the market with the average time to take a picture running into nearly 20 seconds when using its 1.3 megapixel resolution. Other issues include sudden screen blackout and slow processing speed when some using software in the phone. And sometimes it restarts automatically specially when you work fast with it.


Screen 16 bit, 176 x 208 pixels

Camera 1.23 Mp

Operating system Symbian OS 7.0s Series 60 2.1

Input Keypad

CPU 32-bit RISC CPU based on ARM-9 series, 123 MHz

Default ringtone 48 chords

Memory card RS-MMC (32 MB included)

Networks GSM 900/1800/1900

Connectivity Bluetooth, IrDA

Battery BL-5B Lithium Ion, 760 mAh

Form factor Candybar

Predecessor Nokia 3660

Successor Nokia 3250

Nokia 5320 XpressMusic features

The Nokia 5320 Xpress Music is a Symbian S60 smartphone, released by Nokia in 2008. It is an XpressMusic series phone, which emphasizes music and multimedia playback. Among its highlights are a dedicated audio chip for better sound quality, 24 hours of music playback, a 3.5 mm audio jack, N-Gage compatibility, and music/gaming keys. A firmware update for this phone is available (version 4.13) which solves most of the issues of the previous versions.

Version 4.13 can now be hacked using the HelloOX method, allowing the installation of unsigned applications.

With firmware update 5.16 (still not officially released in all regions) the phone can now play MPEG4 and 3GPP5 video files up to 25 frames per second. The HelloOX hack has been said to still work on this revision.

Nokia 5320.png

Nokia 5200 and 5200 or 5300 Differences and Nokia 5200 Features and Nokia 5300 XpressMusic and Nokia 5300 XpressMusic Features

Nokia 5200

The Nokia 5200 is a Nokia Series 40 mobile phone manufactured by Nokia. It's less featured than its counter-part, the Nokia 5300

Nokia 5200 Black.JPG

5200/5300 Differences

As the 5300 is very similar in appearance to the 5200, it is important to note some of the main differences between the two phones:

The 5300 has a larger screen with higher resolution and higher quality, 240x320 versus 128x160.

A higher resolution (1.3 MP) camera is included on the 5300 than the 5200 (VGA).

The 5300 has more music controls on the side of the phone.


Type Specification

Weight 104g

Dimensions 92.4×48.2×20.7mm

Form Factor Slide Phone

Battery Life Talk: 3.2 hours

Standby: 263 hours

Display Type: LCD (Color TFT/TFD) Colors: 262,144 (18-bit) Size: 128 x 160 pixels

Platform / OS Series 40

Memory 8MB, 2GB expandable with microSD cards.

Phone Book Capacity 1000 entries with 5 numbers and extra info each

Multiple Languages Yes

Polyphonic Ringtones Yes

Vibrate Yes

Bluetooth 2.0


Picture ID Yes

Ringer ID Yes

Voice Dialing Yes

Custom Graphics Yes

Custom Ringtones Yes

Flight Mode Yes

Web Browser Yes, XHTML 2.0.

Predictive Text Entry Yes, T9.

Memory Card Slot Card Type: microSD


Text Messaging 2-Way: Yes

Text Messaging Templates Yes

Music Player Supported Formats: MP3, WMA, AAC, M4A.

FM Radio Yes

Camera VGA w/ effects. Possible resolutions - 640x480,320x240,160x120

Streaming Video Yes

Video Capture Yes

Alarm Yes

Calculator Yes

Calendar Yes

Games Yes

Speaker Phone Yes

Nokia 6120 classic Specification

Screen TFT, 2 inches, 320 x 240 pixels, 16 million colors

Camera 2 Megapixel with LED flash plus Video recording and Panoramic options

Second camera 240 x 320 pixels (CIF+ resolution)

Operating system Symbian OS 9.2 + S60 platform 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1

Input Keypad

CPU ARM 11 @ 369 MHz

Memory 64 MB (RAM), 128 MB NAND (35 MB free)

Memory card microSD (SDHC) (16 GB max)

Networks Quad-band GSM, Dual-band UMTS/HSDPA in 850/2100 and 900/2100 configurations

Connectivity USB Mass Storage via mini USB, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP profile

Battery BL-5B Battery Li-ion 3.7V 890 mAh

Physical size 105 x 46 x 15 mm

Weight 89g

Form factor Candybar

Media MP3, M4A, eAAC+, WMA format

Successor Nokia 6220 Classic

Nokia 6310i

The Nokia 6310i is a mobile phone from Nokia introduced in late 2002. It was primarily marketed as a business phone and for some years was the dominant GSM device in the corporate world. It was the successor to the 6310 and 6210 (2000) which themselves were preceded by the 6150 and 6110 in the late 1990's. Accessories (such as batteries) can generally be swapped amongst all these models. This cellphone is still popular for its robustness, simplicity and long battery life years after being released and later discontinued as a product.The model is basically the same as the earlier Nokia 6310 with the addition of Triband, Java and a Blue LCD Screen (as opposed to the earlier green).

Nokia 6310i Features


E-mail, text and picture messages



The first Nokia phone after Nokia 6310 to use Bluetooth


WAP 1.2.1

Java applications


This phone supports the following Java APIs:

CLDC 1.0

MIDP 1.0

Nokia UI API

Nokia 6310i Specification


Screen Monochrome display, 96x65

Input Keypad

Default ringtone Monophonic ringtones

Memory 174 KB

Networks Tri band GSM / GPRS, GSM 900, GSM 1800, GSM 1900

Connectivity Serial Cable, Bluetooth, InfraRed

Battery BPS-2, (Lithium Polymer, 1100 mAh)

Physical size 129 x 47 x 21 mm

Weight 111 g

Form factor Candybar

Nokia 5320 XpressMusic Specifications


Screen QVGA 240x320, 16 million colors

Camera 2 Megapixels with LED flash

Second camera Front camera for video calls

Operating system Symbian OS 9.3 + S60 platform 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 2

Input Keypad

CPU ARM11 @ 369 Mhz

Memory 128 MB storage, 128 MB RAM

Memory card max. 16 GB microSDHC, 1 GB microSD card included


Connectivity Bluetooth 2.0 (EDR/A2DP), MicroUSB 2.0; 3.5 mm headphone jack

Battery BL-5B (3.7V 890mAh)

Physical size 108 x 46 x 15 mm

Weight 90g

Form factor Candybar

Media AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, MP3, MP4, M4A, WMA, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, Mobile XMF, SP-MIDI, MIDI Tones (poly 64), RealAudio 7,8,10, True tones, WAV

Predecessor None

Related XpressMusic

Nokia 5700 XpressMusic and Nokia 5700 XpressMusic Specifications

Nokia 5700 XpressMusic is a music series mobile phone by Nokia.

The Nokia 5700 XpressMusic is a Symbian S60 3rd Edition FP1 smartphone. It is being sold under the XpressMusic sub-brand, which emphasises music and multimedia playback. The Nokia 5700 XpressMusic is a monoblock twistable phone which weighs 115 g. It has a casing made of glossy white plastic, and a black or red matt plastic middle section. There is a rubber flap on the right hand side which covers a microSD hotswap card slot, USB port and charging jack.

Nokia 5700 XpressMusic.jpg

The keypad is rather unusual, it can be twisted to four different positions, each allowing easier access to a specific function of the phone:

Keypad facing forward: This is the main mode of the Nokia 5700 XpressMusic, which works just like keypads on any other phone.

Playback controls facing forward: Twisting the keypad round to this position automatically activates the music player.

Camera facing away: This position automatically starts the camera application, and lets you photograph or video objects in front of you. If you are already using the phone's video player application, twisting to this position automatically changes the video to horizontal full screen mode, and it is possible to stand the 5700 on its side in this position so you can watch the video more easily.

Camera facing forward: this position also automatically starts the camera application, and is intended for self-portraits and for videophone calls. This position also lets you stand the phone horizontally on its side so you can talk to the video camera without having to hold the phone.


Screen 240 x 320 pixels, 2.2 inches, TFT LCD, (16 Million Colours)

Camera 2 Megapixels, 1600x1200 pixels, video (QVGA)

Operating system Symbian OS 9.2 + S60 platform 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1

Input Keypad

CPU ARM 11 @ 369 MHz CPU

Default ringtone Polyphonic (64 channels), MP3, MP4, WMA, AAC, video tones

Memory 64 MB SDRAM, 128 MB ROM, 38 MB user memory

Memory card microSD up to 4GB (TransFlash)

Networks GSM 850 / 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900

Connectivity Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, Infrared, 2.0 mini-USB

Battery Li-Ion 900 mAh

Physical size 108 x 50 x 17 mm, 84 cc

Weight 115 g

Form factor Candybar

Media MP3/AAC/AAC+/eAAC+/WMA player, Stereo FM radio with RDS,

Predecessor Nokia 3250

Successor Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

Related XpressMusic

Nokia 6110 Navigator Updating Software and Maps

Technical specifications

Symbian OS v9.2 with S60 Platform 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1

Quad band GSM / GPRS / EDGE: GSM/EDGE Quadband 850/900/1800/1900 MHz

Singleband UMTS / HSDPA: W-CDMA 2100 MHz

HSDPA 3.6 Mbit/s

Integrated GPS system


2 megapixel camera, Video - CIF 352*288

QCIF camera for video calling

Bluetooth 2.0

USB 2.0 (mini USB)


Stereo FM radio and support for Visual Radio

Push to Talk over Cellular (PoC)

Music Player supporting MP3, AAC, eAAC+, WMA files

Stereo speakers

The Quad Band frequencies will not support Telstra's Next G network which operates on the W-CDMA 850MHz Band [Source: Telstra 23 Jan 08]. According to Nokia, there is no firmware or hardware update available for the phone. This appears to be a major setback for users of this phone in Australia which was released in June 2007 when the Next G network had already been established.

Nokia 6270

The Nokia 6270 is a late 2005 quad band mobile phone from Nokia. It is based on the Series 40 third generation platform, and features a 2 megapixel digital camera with 5x digital zoom and a flash, 7 MiB of storage plus the support for up to a two gibibyte miniSD Card, and a 240x320 QVGA screen with 262,144 colors. Software includes a full XHTML compatible web browser, an email client and a media player (mp3 & mp4 supported).

The phone has a good connectivity as it features Bluetooth, EDGE, Pop-Port and infrared and is also USB compatible for synchronising with your home PC.

Along with the music player with MP3 and AAC support, it also has a built-in radio receiver, which is used through the headset supplied. The phone features stereo speakers with 3D sound effects, a new technology which makes the sound more realistic and is now embedded in many of the latest high-class phones.

It also has active standby, which displays daily activities and meetings on the phone's idle display.

Next in the phone line is the Nokia 6280, a 3G version of the Nokia 6270

Nokia 2600 classic Technical specifications

The Nokia 2600 classic is a Nokia Dual-band GSM phone E900/1800 or E850/1900 (for some markets) that includes a VGA camera, FM radio, Bluetooth, E-mail and mobile Internet access via a WAP browser. Additionally, the Nokia 2600 supports MMS and Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging, for recording and editing messages on the go.

Noikia 2600 Classic 1.jpg

Technical specifications

Key features

Digital VGA camera and video recorder

MP3, ringtones and user-created ringtones (Voice Recorder)

FM radio

Pre-paid Tracker

Bluetooth 2.0

SMS, MMS, email, and Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging

1000-entry phone book

Supports EDGE feature

Operating frequency

Dual band GSM 850/1900 MHz

Dual band EGSM 900/1800 MHz


Volume: 63.5 cc

Weight: 73.2 g (with battery)

Length: 109.6 mm

Width: 46.7 mm

Thickness: 12 mm


65K color, 128x160 pixels


VGA camera

TFT color display



Digital VGA camera with video recorder for pictures and video

FM radio


Email supports POP3, IMP4 and SMTP protocols

Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging (sends greetings with short voice clips)

SMS text messages

MMS messaging with pictures

Personalize SMS message alerts with your favorite ringtones

Java Applications

xHTML over TCP/IP, WAP 2.0

MMS 1.2 (supports 300KB size)

Nokia Xpress Audio Messaging

Java MIDP 2.0 applications

OMA DRM 1.0 smart content download (forward lock)


Photo and data sharing with Bluetooth 2.0


WAP 2.0 web browser (Xhtml) (This feature is network dependant)

Personal Information Management (PIM)

Powerful organizer with week and month review, and localized calendar

Advanced calculator

Converter II (metric/inches, temperature etc)

10 digit calculator with square root support, scientific and loan calculation features

English-Chinese dictionary (APAC & China - selected variants only)

Analog/digital clock

Expense manager

Power Management

Operation times vary depending on the network, SIM card and usage

Battery: BL-5BT

Capacity: 870 mAh

Talk time: Up to 6 hrs

Stand-by: Up to 24 days

Nokia 3110 classic Technical specifications

The Nokia 3110 classic is a mobile phone handset, manufactured by Nokia and released for sale in 2007. Although the phone bears the same model number as the 1997 Nokia 3110, it was not directly derived from (and in fact has little similarity with) this model.

The Nokia 3110 classic is a "candybar" cameraphone which uses the Series 40 operating system and operates on GSM networks operating at 900MHz, 1800MHz, or 1900MHz, supporting EDGE (Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution) connections. In some regions the phone is replaced by the Nokia 3110c, which is identical to the 3110 classic except for a lack of EDGE capabilities.


The phone also supports Bluetooth, FM radio, MP3, AAC and video playback, and supports microSD cards up to 2GB.

The phone has large buttons in its keypad which make typing messages and e-mails easy. The 1.8" display supports a maximum display resolution of 128 × 160.

Technical specifications

Feature Specification

Frequency GSM Triband EGSM 900 MHz, GSM 1800/1900 MHz

Display 262,144 colors Active TFT, 128x160 pixels display, 1.8 inch display

User interface Series 40 user interface

Imaging Integrated 1.3 megapixel camera with up to 8x digital zoom, Video recorder

Multimedia Visual Radio, Integrated music player for MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, H.263, H.264 formats

Memory Functions 8.5 MB built-in memory. Options to expand up to 2 GB with microSD card

Messaging MMS, Email, Text messaging, Audio messaging, Instant Messaging

Java Applications Java MIDP 2.0

Ringing Tones 64-chord/voice polyphonic MIDI ringing tones, supporting MP3, True Tones, 64-chord/voice polyphonic MIDI ringing tones

Connectivity Bluetooth 2.0, Infrared, USB

Browsing OMA Digital DRM 2.0, Full OMA Client provisioning, DARP, EDGE (Class B, multislot class 10), GPRS (Class B, multislot class 10), GPRS/EDGE/HSCSD/CSD for browsing and as date modem

Push to talk over Cellular (PoC) Push to talk over cellular network via dedicated key

Digital Services Video streaming services

Voice Features Voice dialing, Voice commands, Integrated handsfree speaker, Speaker Independent Number Dialing

Nokia N900 Specifications


type Mobile Internet device and phone

Media microSD/microSDHC card

Operating system Maemo 5 Linux

Power BL-5J 1320 mAh battery

USB Battery Charger


600 MHz ARM Cortex-A8 CPU

430MHz C64x+ DSP

Storage capacity 256 MB NAND flash

32 GB eMMC flash

Memory 256 MB SDRAM

768 MB virtual memory

Display TFT 800 × 480 resolution

89 mm (3.5 in) diagonally

105 pixels/cm, 267 ppi

Graphics PowerVR SGX 530 GPU supporting OpenGL ES 2.0

Input Resistive touchscreen

Localized backlit keyboard with variations for English, Italian, French, German, Russian, and Scandinavian

Camera 5.0MP (2584x1938), f/2.8 Carl Zeiss Tessar lens (rear camera)

0.3MP (640x480) f/2.8 (front camera)

Connectivity GSM 850/900/1800/1900

GPRS 107/64 kbps DL/UL

EDGE 296/178 kbps DL/UL

UMTS 900/1700/2100

WCDMA 384/384 kbps DL/UL

HSPA 10/2 Mbps DL/UL

WLAN IEEE 802.11 b/g

Bluetooth 2.1

Integrated GPS with A-GPS

FM receiver

FM transmitter

Infrared transmitter

Dimensions 110.9mm × 59.8mm × 18mm

19.55 mm at thickest part

Weight 181g approximately (0.4 lb)

Predecessor Nokia N810

Nokia 3220 Specification

The Nokia 3220 is a GSM, Nokia Series 40 mobile phone. The Nokia 3220 was the first entry-level phone that offered full access to the Internet, with an XHTML browser and POP3/IMAP email client. The tri-band camera phone uses GPRS and EDGE for its internet connections.

Nokia 3220 - side.jpg

The phone can be seen as an upgrade of the Nokia 3200. Like the 3200, custom rear face plates can be created by the user. A stencil is available in the pack. While features such as infrared and a built-in FM radio are removed, new features such as rhythmic flashing lights (two on each side), wave messaging, voice dialing, themes, and a video recorder are added. With the addition of an optional face plate, when the phone is waved back and forth rapidly, a light message of text is produced in mid-air. An FM radio can be added on with the use of the phone's Pop-Port. The 3220 features a 16-bit (65,536) color screen, which is an improvement over the 3200's 12-bit (4096) color screen. The phone also has more internal memory than the 3200. The CIF camera is also upgraded to 0.3 megapixelsVGA (640x480 resolution, for photos), and features video recording (128x96) capability.

The phone has a built-in browser which seems to be very slow (in data processing) to many. It can download files of any format but cannot open SIS, SVG, WAV, MP3, MP4 etc. files. It downloads many files which are Copyright Protected. These files cannot be sent via MMS. This phone supports MMS under 100 kilobytes. The java games or applications must be under 120 kb or the phone cannot run them. It has a memory shortage and often causes java applications to stop for the sake of "Out of Memory" problem.

The phone can record audio of 5 minutes at each clip. It is possible to record audio while talking to contacts. One can configure one's own Service, Access point, Email or Sync system. The phone has a Wallet. Anyone can preserve their Username, Password, Credit/Debit card number and personal notes by Password protection.

The phone has 5 Java games. Applications like Opera Mini, mig33 etc. can be downloaded and used.

Supported formats: Image: JPG, JPEG, BMP, WBMP, PNG, GIF. Sound: MID, AMR. Java: JAR, JAD. Theme: NTH


Nokia 3220b for North America - GSM 850/1900 with GPRS and EDGE technology.

Nokia 3220 for Europe/Asia/Africa - GSM 900/1800/1900 with GPRS and EDGE technology.


Carrier AT&T and T-Mobile USA

Screen 128 x 128 65,536 color TFT LCD

Camera 640 x 480 VGA (0.3 mpix) with video recording capability

Operating system Series 40

Default ringtone 16 chord

Memory 4.5 MB (2.5 MB User & 1MB Java)

Networks GSM 850/1900 or

GSM 900/1800/1900

Battery BL-5B 760 mAh

Physical size 104 x 44 x 18.8 mm

Weight 86 g

Form factor Candybar

Media FM radio

(sold separately, added via Pop-Port)

Predecessor Nokia 3200

Related Posts with Thumbnails