Nokia 7230

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Nokia 7230
A pink body Nokia 7230
SloganShare in style
SeriesSeries 7
Compatible networksGSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS
Availability by region2010
PredecessorNokia 7370
SuccessorNokia X5
Nokia 700
Form factorSlider
Dimensions106.4 x 43.6 x 11.7 mm
Mass100 g grams
Operating systemNokia RM-604 V 10.81
Removable storageMicroSD, max 16GB
BatteryBL-4CT 3.7V 860mAh
Display2.4 inch
Rear camera3.2 megapixels
ConnectivityBluetooth, USB, USB On-The-Go
Data inputsKeypad

The Nokia 7230 is a metallic grilled 3.5G slider phone from Nokia. It was released in 2010.


Hardware and design[edit]

The Nokia 7230 is a slim slider with a glossy, curvaceous design. The sides have a chrome-like finish with a dedicated button for the camera and a matte textured plastic battery cover on the back. While the phone looks deceptively solid, once you take it in hand, its flimsy low-end nature becomes evident. The screen is surrounded by a finely textured panel that covers two soft keys, a send button and an end button with a five way d-pad within. This panel comes in pink or graphite, as does the battery cover.[1]

It sports a high resolution 2.4-inch (61 mm) vertical display that supports up to 262 thousand colors. It features a 3.2 megapixel camera without flash support and is capable of recording videos at QVGA resolution at 15 frames per second. It has an internal memory of 71 MB and is further expandable via memory card expansion slot (not hot-swappable as it is located under the battery) up to 16 GB. It supports many image file formats including jpg and gif, and supports many audio file formats such as aac, mp3, wma, midi, wav. It runs on the Series 40 6th edition user interface.


  1. ^ "Nokia 7230 Review". Retrieved 2010-08-24.