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The 5800 XpressMusic from Nokia Is Coming

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  The 5800 XpressMusic from Nokia Is Coming
Try as one might to describe the 5800, sooner or later, it becomes clear that the specially designed music features can no longer be denied or regarded as useless, even by those who would never even think about purchasing this device. Just to help you get the general idea, the XpressMusic comes with 8GB of memory for thousands of tracks, a graphics equalizer, a 3.5 mm jack, built-in stereo surround speakers making for the loudest music phone on the market, and support for almost all digital musical formats. What’s even better is that this is just the beginning.

“When it comes to music phones, people all over the world want a device that is a great music experience and still works really well as a mobile phone, without sacrificing features.” said Nokia Vice President Jo Harlow. “The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic delivers on this and allows consumers to quickly and easily access and share the content that is most important to them with the people that are most important to them.”

There is plenty more to discuss about this Nokia, but the focus will probably remain on the most relevant and interesting features, such as the 3.2 widescreen display, which comes with great resolution capabilities, while also offering spectacular colors and clarity in photos, videos and when browsing the web. The 3.2 Megapixel camera also has plenty to offer, as it performs very well when VGA recording because of the 30 frames per second recording and playback capabilities. Moreover, all photos or videos are ready for one touch sharing with most online communities.

Using its touchscreen capabilities, besides quick access to all files, the XpressMusic also brings full web surfing abilities, due to the included Flash technologies. Adding that this mobile is, or will be, available with support for over 60 languages (and, of course, will come with worldwide availability), offering for each a specific numeric alphabet, and the QWERTY keyboard usable as a virtual computer, there isn't much doubt in our minds that this device is worthy of recommendation, both ours and yours.

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