Nokia 3200 Mobile Phone Specifications, Features, Info and Review.
General Network Nokia 3200: GSM 900/GSM 1800/GSM 1900
Size Dimensions Nokia 3200: 108x45x21 mm, 81 cc, Weight 90 g
Display Nokia 3200: Type CSTN, 4096 colors, 128x128 pixels, 5 lines
Features Nokia 3200: Cut-out covers, Four-way navigation, Wallpaper and screensavers, Polyphonic (4 channels) / monophonic Ringtones, Customization Download, Amount 1 poly, 10 mono + custom, Vibration, Phonebook 256 x 4 fields, Photo call, Call records 10 dialed, 10 received, 10 missed calls, 50 short messages, 100 calendar notes, 1 MB shared memory, MMS, max 100 kB each, Ringtones, Images, Java apps, Voice memo, SMS, MMS, Games (Virtual Me, Bounce + Java),Camera CIF / 352 x 288 pixels / night mode, Stereo FM radio, Java, T9, Calendar, Calculator, Voice memo, Image editor, Flashlight, Built-in handsfree, Profiles, Personal shortcuts, Languages (Major European , Africa and APAC languages)
Battery Nokia 3200: Standard, Li-Ion 780 mAh (BLD-3), Stand-by Up to 144 h - 288 h, Talk time Up to 2 h - 4 hours
Announced Nokia 3200: 2003, 4 Quarter
Nokia 3200 simple and easy layout and great for its time. CIF camera and torch light. The user interface on this phone is great. Nokia 3200 simple and easy to use without all the confusing options and menus. There isn't much memory in it and there is no video which can be taken. Overall this phone is simple and easy to use. The build quality is decent and the phone gives you some extras from the CIF camera and the voice recorder all the way to the flashlight. Sure the quality of the audio and the camera Nokia 3200 ain't the best but it does the job well.
Handy torch, changable covers, built-in camera & fm radio. Keypad different to standard layout, not much memory. This is a simple phone which works well. I feel Nokia 3200 is more suited to the younger age group because of its changable covers, so they can change the look of their phone or even design their own cover. There is a built-in flashlight which is quite handy at night when looking for keys in your bag. It includes a camera but because there is only 1MB of memory, you can't store many photos at all. The keypad Nokia 3200 is quite a different layout to most phones, making it confusing to use at first. There are many other features like polyphonic ringtones, fm radio, infrared etc. Overall, a good simple phone.
The Nokia 3200 has most of the features of a low end phone. Has a cool feature that you can change the graphics behind the clear casing of the phone. The buttons are hard to use, and don't appear to be placed correctly, where you can use most phones without looking, this one prooves difficult. I would recommend the Nokia 3200 to a teenager or child that is getting their first phone, it is by no means a user friendly phone, or one that you would depend on in an emergency. Having said that, the menu's are easy to use like most Nokia edition are.