Since the launch of LG KP500 Cookie,there is almost a year now, the mobile touch screen is no longer thepreserve of deep pockets. This phone has created a breach in whichseveral manufacturers have rushed, especially with Samsung countless"Player", some at low prices such as Player One, Star andCorby. With a little behind the competition, Nokia today addressesthis segment of low cost mobile touch with 5230. But if the world'sleading manufacturer has been slow to react, it makes up for with thelaunch of this product which, relatively speaking, in its way a brandnew stage in the era of touch.
Indeed, in addition to being offeredfor less than € 170 excluding pack, the 5230 is a true smartphone!It ships same OS that all Nokia smartphones out of touch so far, onlythe user interfaces vary depending on the price range. Obviously,entry requires the entrant does not provide a data sheet to fallbackwards, but it still offers decent features. Its 3.2-inchresistive screen with a resolution of 640 x 360 pixels display 16million colors. It occupies most of the front hull of a relativelycompact size with dimensions of 111 x 51.7 x 14.5 mm, for 115 grams.
Found in the back of a photo sensor 2megapixel camera without flash or autofocus, capable of shooting inVGA resolution of 640 x 480 pixels, 30 frames per second.Connectivity side, it does not offer Wi-Fi, but makes up by beingcompatible with mobile broadband networks and 3G + Edge (3.6 Mbps).The mobile also has a standard 3.5mm jack, Bluetooth 2.0 stereo (A2DPprofile), a GPS chip compatible A-GPS and an accelerometer thatautomatically switches the display to landscape mode. The internalmemory of 70 MB is supported by a port for MicroSD cards.