A striking design, the Nokia 2300 reaffirms
the company's commitment to making a full
range of phones, and the Nokia 2300 is a
simple phone with some suprising features.
Launched at the same time as the 1100,
the Nokia 2300 has many of the same features.
First of all, they are both monochrome phones
that concentrate on the really useful features
to keep cost and weight down. Secondly,
they are extremely elegant in design, making
them really eye-catching. Changeable covers
and keymats mean that you can change the
colours on your Nokia 2300 to suit your
The Nokia 2300 is a dual band phone with
a large black and while 96x65 pixel display.
It has a built-in FM radio and enhanced
SMS features for those who love to text.
The 2300 also has polyphonic ring tones,
vibration alert, clock radio, speakerphone,
three games and an alarm clock.
The pretty case on the Nokia 2300 measures
107x46x21 mm and the phone weighs 92 grams.
Talktime is 2.5 to 4 hours with a standby
of 4 to 16 days (expect a talktime on the
upper end of that scale on UK and most European
The Nokia 2300 is designed for people
who don't need GPRS, a colour screen or
a digital camera, and it's an easy to use
phone that really stands out from the crowd.