Two other low-cost Nokia devices, are the Nokia 2323 Classic and the Nokia 2330 Classic. They are quite similar, classic devices, with a few features.
The Nokia 2323 Classic: comes with GSM 900 / 1800 or GSM 850 / 1900 network; a 1.8″ 120 x 180 pixel display; FM radio; MP3 ringtones; GPRS and EDGE data; Web browser and E-Mail client; Java; battery life of 4.8 hours talk / 22 days standby; no camera, no Bluetooth, no memory card; 107 x 46 x 14mm, and 90 g.
The Nokia 2330 Classic: comes with a wired headset in the box; GSM 900 / 1800 or GSM 850 / 1900 network; GPRS; a 0.3 megapixel VGA camera; Java; polyphonic ringtones; no Bluetooth, no memory card, no GPS; battery life of 4 hours talk / 22 days standby; 107 x 46 x 14mm, and 90 g.
Both devices come with Mail on Ovi-a free service that allows up to 1GB of E-Mail storage and an E-Mail address, and Nokia Life Tools-access to information on Agriculture, Education, and some entertainment features.
Both devices should be available in the second quarter of 2009, at the estimated prices of 40 euro (the 2323), and 50 euro (the 2330).