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Official: Nokia 5230 Nuron for T-Mobile

Nokia has now officially announced the Nokia 5230 Nuron, which was originally introduced back in August 09, for T-Mobile USA, and will become available on the T-Mobile 3G network “in the coming weeks,” reports an article on engadget.

The Nokia 5230 Nuron smartphone offers the user a 3.2 inch touch screen, free Nokia Voi Maps turn by turn navigation, virtual keyboard, 2 megapixel camera, Symbian S60 5th Edition OS, Bluetooth, and microSD expansion.

The Nokia 5230 Nuron is also the first handset from a national US carrier to come pre-loaded with the Nokia Ovi Store enabling the user to gain access to the multitude of applications available to Nokia handsets.

Price and availability for the Nokia 5230 Nuron still hasn’t been announced although rumour has it the Nokia 5230 Nuron may hit T-Mobile as of the 17th of this month and carry a price tag of $180 off contract or $70 on contract.

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2 thoughts on “Official: Nokia 5230 Nuron for T-Mobile”

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    dewvaw says:

    I've had nothing but issues since I got this phone. I had problems with being able to turn the phone off and then turn it back on. In order to turn the phone on, I've had to pull the battery out several times. Also, had an issue with answering phone calls, even with the keyguard off, I was unable to press to answer the phone either by tapping with my finger or using the little pick or stylus. Had problems with dialing out which may be due to my network at the time experiencing issues, however the other two issues are completely related directly to the phone itself. The store I bought it from copied my sim card onto a new one, so we are hoping this alleviates the issues, however, in my book I rate this product as an F.

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    Kelsey says:

    This phone sucks. I can't answer calls it turns off or freezes. Nokia sucks never agian will I get a phone from them.

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