Nokia Xpress Music 5800

The Nokia 5800 Xpress Music is the Finland-based cellular giant’s counterpart for the iPhone. It took a while for Nokia to release their own version of a touchscreen phone. And when it finally came out on the market, many people were surprised and got excited because it was priced way much cheaper than the iPhone. So let’s take a look at what’s inside the most talked about music phone from Nokia.

The most important thing about touchscreen phones is obviously the screen itself, and Nokia didn’t fall short on the 5800. It came with a 3.2? wide touch screen, which is the perfect size for its medium form factor. The screen is really bright and very legible even under sunlight exposure. The screen seems to be very durable and always responsive to my finger click as well as with the stylus.

This rich multimedia device features a 3.2 mega pixel autofocus camera with dual LED flash, Carl Zeiss optics, camera geotagging and video recording. The picture quality is perfect and viewing pictures can be a lot of fun by zooming in and out on every detail.

Music and multimedia is the best selling point for this Xpress Music line. So 5800 was intentionally designed to let you access your collection of music albums, listen to FM radio, and project your videos and pictures using the TV-out.

The GPS and Nokia Maps took the advantage of the wide screen display and touch interaction capability of the phone. The maps are very clear and easy to follow, making it very convenient for car navigation.

Being a quad band GSM equipped with 3G, WLAN, GPRS and EDGE, the Nokia XpressMusic 5800 will keep you in TOUCHED.