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Nokia Nuron 5230 Mobile Review, Specification, Price

Nokia Corp, the world's largest cell phone maker, has expanded its smartphone lineup with the launch of Nuron 5230. Claimed to be one of the company's cheapest 3G smartphone, Nuron 5230 is price at approximately Rs 3,150.

Here’s looking into what all does Nokia’s budget 3G smartphone offers in terms of features.

Resembling Nokia 5800 Express Music phone in looks, Nuron has a white-and-silver chassis. The phone measures 4.37 inches tall by 2.03 inches wide by 0.61 inch thick. The touchscreen phone weighs 3.98 ounces.
Nuron sports a 3.2 inch touch screen. The resistive touch screen supports resolution of 640360 pixels. The screen displays 16 million colors.

There is an integrated accelerometer and also a proximity sensor.


Nokia 5230 features a number of social networking sites and YouTube on the home page. The phones comes with A-GPS and Ovi Maps. It offers free turn-by-turn navigation and maps, and other location services including local search.

The Nuron 5230 has Nokia Contacts bar which is a home screen rotation of the user's top 20 contacts with thumbnail pics for fast dialing and automatic shortcuts to their emails, messages, photos or other social media updates.

The phone supports IMAP, POP and SMTP email protocols.



Nuron has a 2 megapixel camera with 3x digital zoom. The smartphone offers standard editing options, like color effects and white balance. However, Nuron does not have Flash.

The onboard memory on Nuron is 70MB. There's a microSD memory card slot and support up to 16 GB.

The smartphone integrates a 1320mAh lithium ion battery which offers 7 hour of talk time and also 18 days of standby time.

According to reviews, Nuron has a battery life of 33 hours of music playback.

Nuron has an integrated video as well as music player that offers support for MP4, MP3, AAC, eAAC+, MPEG4-SP, WMA, WMV9, MPEG4-AVC, and other audio formats.

There's a 3.5 mm stereo headphone plug and a 3.5 mm Nokia AV connector.

The smartphone’s misses include Wi-Fi and document viewer. Nuron 5230 lacks both.

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