Taking cues from the success their earlier business mobile phones with simplistic outlook and a decent feature list, the Finnish giants have came up with yet another clean cut mobile phones aimed primarily as a business solution – the Nokia 6233.
The Nokia 6233 looks exquisite but it is not very subjective. The candy bad design is a mixture of gloss and Matt finish. The stainless steel rim adds to the overall design apart from giving an impression of robustness. The simpleness of the look and feel of the Nokia 6233 spills over to its usability. A five way D pad, well laid out keypad and a large 256K screen 30 x 40 mm size and offers a 320 x 240 pixels resolution covers the front of the Nokia 6233. The bottom of the phone is shared by a pop-port and a charging port. Volume control buttons and a camera hot key towards the end in the right and Push To Talk activation button toward the left – the Nokia 6233 is probably the most easy to use 3G phone around.
The Nokia 6233 is a feature-packed phone like its predecessor. The handset is endowed with 3G technology so is at home with high rate data transfer and making and receiving video calls. The handset supports triband GSM mobile network and changes band automatically. Embedded GPRS and EDGE technology can give you mobile Internet connectivity in absence of 3G networks. The handset even supports HSCSD. The handset synchronizes easily with any compatible external device via Bluetooth, Infrared or USB so sharing files and information is easy and quick.
The Nokia 6233 [http://www.mobilerainbow.org/nokia/nokia-6233.html]. integrated camera is 2.0 megapixel module with video recording capabilities. Its use as a music player can not be ruled out as it includes a media player, stereo speakers, external memory card support and a FM stereo radio.