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It's so sad...


Aug 5, 2005, 5:11 PM
... that the 6230 and 6230i are among Nokia's most feature rich phones and they are so FUGLY!

What happened to Nokia's style and flair? Their phones have gotten worse than dull. They've become like replicas of the worst SonyEricsson can make. I can't believe I'm actually more impressed by some of the stuff from SE than Nokia.


Aug 18, 2005, 7:24 AM
I agree Ralph. Why didn't they just take a beautiful phone design like the 3120, which is about the same size and shape, and just make it a little larger and add the 6230's awesome features.

Why they chose to go ugly with the added expense of a package redesign is anyone's guess. The features still make you hold your nose and get it anyway. It's just sad. 🙂

Aug 18, 2005, 2:23 PM
lol u guys are so shallow just cos it doesnt look trendy flip style like razor v3 it must suck, i bet you choose to date good looking girls with no personalitys for exactly the same reasons

nokia 6230 is pure function forget anything else

Aug 18, 2005, 10:12 PM
"their minds area always closed, and their mouths are always open"

how fitting a quote for your trashing of the 6230i. So what if it's not a flippy clamshell.

this phone has a very professional look to it. Perhaps it doesn't have the most cutting edge stlying, but there lurks a monster under the hood. This phone has far more features than a V3 Razr. For starters, the camera is better, it can play mp3's and store considerable data, acting as a USB drive. The color screen is of a greater resolution.

But the bottom line is that Nokia make the best quality phones in the world. Motorola phones (like most of their products) are junk.

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