Nokia 2320 GoPhone (AT&T): First Look
First Look: Nokia 2320 GoPhone (AT&T)1:25 /
The Nokia 2320 is an ideal phone for occasional callers who need minimal features and a user-friendly design.
[ Background music ] >> Kent German: Hi I'm Kent German Senior Editor for CNET.com. Today we're gonna take a first look at the Nokia 2320. This is a phone for AT&Ts Go prepaid service. As you might expect this is a very basic phone both in form and function. Really simple features, very simple design, great for making calls and sending messages. Was disappointed that there was no Bluetooth I really think that's just at least a feature you should have even on a real basic phone but on the other hand pretty well built just for basic communication. It's a simple candy bar phone, very light can almost forget it's in your pocket actually. Has a plastic skin that doesn't feel particularly sturdy but I think it should be fine for casual users. Display is 65,000 colors so not the brightest or the sharpest we've seen but very suitable on a phone like this. User friendly menus got the list or icon style. The keypad and controls are also well designed; we had no problems using it. Keypad buttons are also flush. You'll find that the numbers on the keys are a little bit small, same with the letters but overall we could dial and text fine without many issues, made a couple mistakes once in awhile while texting but it's pretty rare. [ Background music ] >> As I said features are pretty slim. Text and multimedia messaging of course there's no camera, simple organizer features, some PC synching but really Bluetooth is the only big feature that I thought was missing. I'm Kent German and this is the Nokia 2320. [ Music ]