Nokia 5800 Sim Free
As a true member of the Xpress Music series, the Nokia Xpress 5800 aims for the music lovers. It is one of the first Nokia devices that supports the innovative ‘Comes with Music’ service, which allows users to have a full access to music downloads for a year. The device features all those characteristics that will allow the users to enjoy their favourite music on the go.
The 5800 comes with a vast in built memory of 8GB expandable up to 16GB, great sound quality and easy access to all the main features. Nokia 5800 will enable the users to store more than 6000 music files, listen to them using the 3.5 jack and ensure superb quality with equalizer and audio surround.
Following the example of its competitors Nokia allows its users to access the Nokia Music Store, downloading albums, singles or simple mp3 files for their phone. Using the new software, Nokia Music PC for the personal computers, the users can achieve the perfect synchronization of their PC and mobile phone with a simple drag and drop.
The New Nokia 5800 Xpress Music is a device that boasts a resistive touch screen, with a selection of input methods. Users can choose from finger touch, stylus or plectrum, while there are some amazing features on, such as a handwriting recognition and mini QWERTY keyboard.
Thanks to the quite small size, the Nokia 5800 Xpress Music reminds us more of a candy bar phone than a typical rectangle smart phone. It comes at 111 x 51.7 x 15.5 mm and 102gr.
The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic boasts a 3.2 megapixel camera with an amazing Carl Zeiss lens; users can share their images and videos with friends online in Facebook or FlickR. They also have the chance to share their favourite music using the in built Bluetooth, the online sharing abilities and of course the regular MMS application.
Nokia promised music for the masses and it seems that it managed to do so, introducing the 5800 Sim Free XpressMusic. Sleek design, flexibility and a vast array of specifications in Sim Free mode, with no contract limitations and restrictions: What more can a modern user ask from a mobile phone?