From the perennially prolific producer of powerful cell phones comes the Nokia Nuron 5230, coming in at a smaller price tag than the 5800 (sacrificing Wi-Fi and some camera resolution to get there), but ends up standing proud as an excellent phone with plenty to brag about.
The Nuron 5230 offers a large, 3.2 inch, 350 x 480 high resolution touch screen display with accelerometer (so you can enjoy either landscape or portrait orientation simply by turning the phone), a strong 434 MHz ARM 11 processor, 70 MB of available internal memory, GPS with Ovi maps included, Bluetooth, tethering ability, and a whole lot more.
Utilizing a 5th generation Symbian operating system, the Nokia Nuron is a powerful, competent phone at an affordable price, especially if you are not interested in Wi-Fi or live in an area where it is not available!
The Nuron allows you to email, surf the web, instant message, text, MMS, provides an excellent and easy to use FM radio, 3.5mm jack input so you can use whatever headphones you like, a 2MP camera with a modes assortment of additional features, stereo speakers and more.
As the touch screen smartphone market continues to gather newcomers, it never hurts to see what the big boys who have been around for a long time are up to. And Nokia’s Nuron is a cell phone done well. Take a look.