Nokia introduced its latest showstand – the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic smartphone in London on October 2, 2008, and sees that Nokia boys can win their pods once again. With this S60 touchscreen and featuring Apple's expensive, costly iPhone for your money, the new Nokia kid gives the block sleepless nights to Apple techheads.
Features of the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic
This is the new Nokia whose switch-off features really pose a major threat to Apple's huge market share. Finally, someone has managed to set up a handset that can take advantage of the excellent status of iPhone.
The Nokia 5800 is an interesting dual home screen, a fast touch-sensitive Media Bar and Contacts bar that allows you to access the latest communications, SMS, logbook, preferences, settings, and contacts at the touch of a button, just like Media Bar you do not have to break through the file to access your favorite online or media content.
360X640 wide screen resolution, superb picture quality on a rather disappointing 3.2-inch screen.
Shutterbugs will love VGA video (30 frames per second) and a 3.2 megapixel autofocus camera that provides a decent picture.
You can enter text on the touch screen using a pen or a plush-shaped alternative.
Instead of having a huge number of pointless keys that only help to get confused and irritated, Nokia minimizes control keys to ensure worry-free navigation. This is true.
The main button is located on both sides of the call and end buttons. The 3 key combination completes the keyboard under the giant touch screen along Renoir's and Pixon's rows.
The other feature-rich indicator that comes with a gadget's freak dream ice cream, is extremely powerful stereo surround speakers, 8GB micro SD memory card up to 16GB, TV out, 3.5mm standard audio jack, HSDPA, 3G, quad band GSM support and other such hi-tech services. The Nokia 5800 also includes Wi-Fi capabilities that are still missing on many smartphones, including the Apple iPhone.
This is a phone for musicians, with FM radio and Comes With Music, which allows unlimited download of songs for a year from the Nokia Music Store catalog and the best part is that even after the expiration of the one year free you can keep all stored numbers. Nokia Music Store has more than two million songs to your delight, and it's growing with the expansion of the service.
This is a gizmo freaks, and experts believe Nokia is on its way to preserve and strengthen its dominance in the mobile world by introducing this device.