Depending on how you look at the Nokia 2330, what you will realize is that it does come with some features that you would not expect out of this phone. This does not go to say that the Nokia 2330 classic has every possible feature squeezed into it, it simply means the Nokia 2330 offers a pretty decent array of functionality to counterbalance the shortcomings.
For starters, the phone is limited in the capacity at which it can store both contacts or messages. The phone limits these capabilities to 1000 contact entries, 20 entries as far as missed and received calls go. That is quite good considering the phone has only 32MB internal memory and no external storage so with this phone memory preservation is everything.
Other than Bluetooth, the Nokia 2330 does not offer any great means of data transfer that you would find in most modern phones today. Internet access is restricted to GPRS at 32 - 48 kbps and EDGE on the WAP 2.0/xHTML browser. Probably not what you would want for serious Internet accessibility even though this phone functions as a data modem as well.
There is a stereo FM radio on this phone and it supports audio media playing in MP3 or AAC formats. The Nokia 2330 is capable of playing video in H.263 format.
There is a basic organizer that you can use on the Nokia 2330 phone to manage your events and memos.
That is it as far as features go. As you can see that phone is pretty limited but it does have features you wouldn't expect, this phone with apparently so little going for it, is able to store contacts with images, play videos, play FM radio and play audio files. Even though I highly suspect that the audio is intended to be restricted to ringtones.
The Nokia 2330 is also impressive in that it has voice memo recording. It also comes with Opera browser. Nokia has managed to squeeze the essentials into the Nokia 2330 and they've done a good job considering the budget nature of this handset.