The Good The Nokia 2320 has a simple design with easy-to-use controls. Call quality is quite satisfactory.
The Bad The Nokia 2320's speakerphone is disappointing and the feature set lacks Bluetooth. There is no volume rocker and the charger jack isn't standard.
The Bottom Line The Nokia 2320 is an ideal phone for occasional callers who need minimal features and a user-friendly design.
Nokia 2320 GoPhone - black (AT&T) - Prepaid
Of all the cell phone manufacturers on the planet, Nokia arguably has the most varied product line around. From fancy models like the Nokia N97 Mini to basic handsets like the Nokia 1661, the company has them. The Nokia 2320 for AT&T's Go prepaid service is definitely of the latter camp. Built for communication, the 2320 offers a simple design and good call quality, though we would have liked Bluetooth and a dedicated volume rocker. It will cost you $29 with no contract.
With its smooth lines, simple controls, and plastic skin, the Nokia 2320 is just what you'd expect from a basic candy bar phone. It won't win any design contests, and it doesn't feel particularly sturdy, but this is a handset that rightfully puts usability first. At 4.21 inches by 1.81 inches by 0.54 inch, the 2320 travels well. And at just 2.81 ounces, you might even forget it's in your pocket.
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