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Nokia 6233

Nokia 6233
Manufacturer Nokia
Compatible networks GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz, WCDMA 2100 MHz
Availability by country Summer 2006
Predecessor Nokia 6230i
Successor Best Sound Quality Stereo System Mobile
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 108 x 46 x 18 mm
Weight 110 g
Operating system Series 40 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1 UI on Nokia OS
CPU ARM9, 289 MHz
Memory 6 MB (internal)
Removable storage Supported up to 2GB
Battery BP-6M-S 1100 mAh Lithium-ion polymer
Display Vertical 2 inches, 31 x 41 mm QVGA 262k color TFT LCD, 240x320 (320x240 in Landscape Mode)
Rear camera 2-megapixel
Other Stereo FM radio,Stereo Dual Speakers

The Nokia 6233 phone made by Nokia is the successor to the Nokia 6230i. It is a 3G/GSM/WCDMA mobile phone that runs the Series 40 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1 UI on the Nokia operating system.

Contents

  • Features 1
  • Nokia 6233 Music Edition 2
  • Nokia 6234 3
  • Specifications sheet 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Features

The phone has two stereo speakers with surround sound. It supports a variety of music formats including AAC, MP3 and WMA files. The latest firmware is version 5.60. It has a camera which can take photos at a resolution of 2 megapixels (1200 x 1600), and videos at VGA (640 x 480) resolution, as well as MP3 playback, Bluetooth, infrared, radio, games and Internet access.

Nokia 6233 Music Edition

Dubbed "Music Edition", a special white colour version of the Nokia 6233 is sold in Asian Pacific regions. It supports A2DP Bluetooth profile, meaning it is compatible with stereo Bluetooth headsets, providing better audio fidelity.[1] This edition is sold with a larger MicroSD card (512MB instead of 64MB) and a speaker dock with a USB connection to a PC.

Nokia 6234

The Nokia 6234 is similar to the Nokia 6233, but was made available exclusively to Vodafone subscribers. It can however be unlocked for use with other networks. It differs from the 6233 having a stainless steel front cover, Vodafone logos and Vodafone branded software.

Specifications sheet

Feature Specification
Battery Nokia Battery BP-6M-S
Talk time GSM: Up to 4 hours, WCDMA: Up to 3.1 hours[2]
Standby time 340 hours (2 weeks)
Weight 110 g
Dimensions 108 x 46 x 18 mm
Screen size Diagonal 2 inches (51 mm), 31 x 41 mm
Screen resolution QVGA 262,144 color TFT LCD, 240x320 pixel resolution
Availability Current
Form factor Candybar
Operating System Series 40, Third Edition
GSM frequencies GSM 900/1800/1900 MHz, WCDMA 2100 MHz
GPRS Yes, class 10 32-48 kbit/s
EDGE (EGPRS) Yes, class 10 236.8 kbit/s
3G Yes 384 kbit/s.
WCDMA yes
WLAN No
Camera 2-megapixel resolution, 8x digital zoom
Video recording Yes, VGA 640*480 @15fps
Multimedia Messaging SMS, MMS+SMIL, IM and E-mail
Video calls Yes
Push to talk Yes, (Push to Talk over Cellular - PoC)
Java support Yes, MIDP 2.0
Built-in internal memory 6 MB
Memory card slot MicroSD up to 32 GB
Bluetooth Yes v2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate
Infrared Yes, Class 1
Data cable support Yes
Browser WAP 2.0 XHTML
Email Yes
Music player Yes, stereo
Radio Yes, stereo
Video Player Yes, plays 3GP and MP4(No Streaming)
Stereo Speakers Yes, two speakers
Polyphonic tones Yes, 64-tones polyphony, MP3/AAC files be used as call melody
Vibrate Yes
HF speakerphone Yes
Offline mode Yes
Synchronization Nokia PC Suite and SyncML

References

  1. ^ Nokia 6233 Music Edition
  2. ^ http://europe.nokia.com/find-products/devices/nokia-6233/technical-specifications

External links

  • Nokia 6233 Product Page
  • Nokia 6233 Developer Device Details
  • Nokia 6233 Official phone support
  • Nokia 6234 Product Page
  • Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) Rating

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