The Nokia 6230 is an older mobile phone that Nokia introduced in 2004. Like most older Nokia phones, it's not a smartphone, but it's solidly engineered and reliable with a decent battery life. The Nokia 6230 is readily available unlocked and ready to use with any phone service, rather than being locked on a network.
The Nokia 6230 includes Bluetooth wireless technology for communication with compatible devices. It has a long-life battery, an excellent loudspeaker, and it also features a built-in 1.3 megapixel camera and a FM radio, and audio and video storage and playback capacity. It was one of the first non-smartphones with expandable memory capacity. Today, thanks to Nokia's built-to-last engineering, the Nokia 6230 is often available second-hand but in good condition.