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Xpress Yourself With Music

30 July 2008 1,272 supporters No Comment

Mobile manufacturer Nokia have just announced a newcomer to their XpressMusic collection the Nokia 5320. The Nokia 5320 XpressMusic is a Symbian S60 smartphone that is optimised for music.

The standard mobile features include a 2 megapixel camera with flash but sadly no autofocus, 3G/HSDPA for fast download speeds, web browser and email client, video calling, Bluetooth and N-Gage – so it will support your gaming needs. So the features are pretty good, nothing truly spectacular but all good solid features.

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The main feature of the Nokia 5320 XpressMusic is of course the music player. This Nokia mobile phone comes with dedicated media keys, a 3.5mm audio jack, 140MB internal memory – which can be expanded to a whopping 8GB by microSD card and it has an FM radio. The Nokia 5320 also has a new feature the ‘Say and Play’ – which allows you to control the music player by voice commands. Although we are not sure how useful it would be to be sat on the bus shouting ‘Wham!’ at your mobile phone. We can imagine that your peers may get a little annoyed with your voice commands!

Although this is a S60 smartphone from Nokia it is unfortunately not in the same league as the Nokia N-Series, but for those who are looking for a music centred phone with that little bit extra then this could be your next upgrade. It has good standard features and a great music player, with enough memory to hold your music collection.

The Nokia 5320 XpressMusic is due out in autumn 2008.

This and many other articles on mobile phones and the latest mobile phone deals was written by John Gray.

John Gray’s writing can often be found at http://www.onecompare.com

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