Nokia 5800 Express Music phone

Could this be the first genuine contender to the Apple iPhone's touchscreen crown from Nokia.
Nokia officially presented its music phone with touch interface Nokia 5800 XpressMusic (former Tube). This is the first phone running on S60 5th Edition - the latest version of Symbian with the support of the stylus and fingers, and of a high-resolution displays.



With a 3.2-inch 640 x 360 rez resistive touchscreen, this phone is equipped to provide the tools and experiences users want. With US HSDPA, European HSDPA, and GSM versions, Nokia has all their bases covered. Other features include video playback and recording with 30fps and 16:9 aspect ratio in VGA. There is an onscreen QWERTY keyboard and a numeric keypad that uses T9 predictive text. Plus, you can input text by means of a finger, stylus or Nokia plectrum.

Also pretty unique to the phone is it’s combined Contacts bar that includes all of your recent information including missed calls, emails, text messages, RSS feed updates and more. Other specs include a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics and autofocus and LED flash, Bluetooth, GPS, WiFi, a 3.5mm headphone jack, microSD slot and more. You can expect the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic phone sometime this quarter for €279 ($385) unlocked and an 8GB microSD card included. You’ll have your choice of black, red or blue color options. A Comes With Music version of the phone that includes a year’s worth of access to the Nokia Music Store will be available early next year.





1 comments:

owsom so it must b costng around 19000 indian rupees...!! oh cant wait .....

 
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