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|This amazing 3.2" high-definition touchscreen looks unlike any other and puts everything at your fingertips. It is perfectly proportioned for one hand, featuring intuitive fingertip, stylus, or plectrum control, and vibrant touch response. With automatic screen rotation, a full keyboard is for fast messaging, and handwriting recognition.The dedicated media bar means mobile entertainment is always on hand. High-resolution widescreen video and superior surround sound, with built-in stereo speakers and an advanced music player.With Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, you and your friends can share information by powerful 3.5G connection. Put your favorite people on your home screen and share moments and media as they happen. Shoot 3.2-megapixel stills, DVD-like video, and let share on Ovi seamlessly showcase them online. Broadcast yourself or download the latest videos in no time.|
|Family Line||Nokia XpressMusic|
|UPC||0007584780168, 0007584780212, 0758478016824, 0758478020302, 0758478021262, 0758478022689, 6417182056178, 6417182078026, 6438158019430, 6438158091917|
|Storage Capacity||81 MB|
|Network Technology||GSM / WCDMA (UMTS)|
|Band||WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900|
|Supported Flash Memory Cards||MicroSD, MicroSDHC|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Capacity||1320 mAh|
|Battery Talk Time||Up to 540 min|
|Battery Standby Time||Up to 408 hr|
|Display Technology||LCD display|
|Diagonal Screen Size||3.2 in.|
|Display Resolution||640 x 360 pixels|
|Color Depth||24-bit (16.7 million colors)|
|QWERTY Physical Keyboard||Yes|
"The Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition offers voice-guided navigation with text-to-speech functionality, 3D landmarks, and premium content, all for free. Ovi Maps provides accurate directions and doesn't require a data connection. The handset also offers Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3G, and a 3.2-megapixel camera."
Route recalculations are slow and positioning was frequently off by at least half a block. User interface is a bit confusing at first.
"As one of the more affordably priced handsets from the company, the Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition is a good value, offering road warriors a midlevel device with decent navigation skills and the freedom of an unlocked phone."
Average review score based on 165 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is incredibly easy to use. I was amazed at how simple it was to set up right out of the box. I've set up my Wi-Fi, my e-mail, my MMS and text settings, browser settings, used the camera, played music and videos and I still haven't consulted a manual. I have the black North American version RM-428 with GSM 850/GSM 900/GSM 1800/GSM 1900 WCDMA 850/WCDMA 1900.
»The touch screen has an interesting mechanical feedback mechanism so you know when your input has been accepted. The phone vibrates gently, as if something has tapped it. Input is very fast and precise. Menus come up very quickly and scroll very quickly, in some instances, too quickly.
»The screen is huge. There is no other word for it. It dwarfs the screen of my my N78-3. It is vibrant, fresh looking and clear.
»The phone fits comfortably in the hand, nothing sticks out of place. The sensor knows when you want landscape or portrait orientation and I've seen it make an error only once.
»By default the WiFi sniffer is turned off so to get it ready to surf the web you have make a few changes, load the pre-shared key on a secured net and then surf. This was the easiest job of loading the pre-shared key on a phone I've ever had. It surfs quickly, pages load well.
»The music player functions like you'd think it should. No surprises, good or bad here. Loudness, balance, equalizer, stereo speakers all add to the show. The speakers are a step up from those on the N78-3.
»In the box there is the 5800 XpressMusic device with pen stylus, Battery (BL-5J 1320 mAh Li-Ion), High Efficiency Charger (AC-8U), Music Headset (HS-45, AD-54), Video-out Cable (CA-75U), Connectivity Cable (CA-101D), 8 GB microSDHC card (MU-43), Stand (DT-29), Stylus plectrum in wrist strap (CP-306), User guide and Quick guide, Mini DVD. The MU-43 comes with some songs and a few other things on it.
»Battery life is good. You'll always want more. The physical size of the battery is huge.
»The applications include the usual calculator sort of stuff, plus some Nokia toys such as a multi-language dictionary, Ovi Maps w/ voice Navigation for free is now available.
»Being an S60 driven device there are many applications, and add-ons to expand the utility of the device. One of note is the β level handwriting calculator available from the Ovi application store for free. You'll never use the stock calculator again!
»The microSDHC that comes in the device is 8 gigabytes. That's large but I know it can be filled. Not to worry. It will accept up to a 16 GB card.
»The 5800 XpressMusic isn't noticeably larger nor heavier than the N78. The screen is much larger, the GPS is quicker, the sound is better. It lacks FM transmitter and Internet Radio but otherwise is fully outfitted.
My toughest choice is: T-Mobile or AT&T SIM? Both work!
» 3G Notes: With T-Mobile I'm giving up 3G because the 5800 doesn't have the 1700/2100 AWS Band IV. The 5800 does EDGE on T-Mobile very well. On AT&T I get 3.5G downloads and 3G calling.
» Firmware V 50.2.005 is now available. Be wary of V 40 update. It bricked my 5800, which Nokia replaced and included a cash card as well. The V 40 update appears to have been pulled by Nokia. Phone runs more smoothly with V 50.
» After a year of use this phone looks and acts like new with no "stupid stuff", aside from the errant update, cropping up along the way. This appears to be a really good, sturdy model.
Carrier: Unlocked Cellular Band: WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM 850/900/1800/1900
Contract: Without Contract Camera: 3 Megapixels & Up
Brand: Nokia Features: Voice-Activated Dialing, Java Enabled, Radio, MMS Enabled, Polyphonic Ringtones, Video Streaming, Video Recording, Color Screen, Bluetooth Enabled, GPS, Calendar, Email Access, Internet Browser, MP3 Player, PDA-PC Sync, Wi-Fi Capable, SMS-Text Messaging, 3G Data Capable, QWERTY Keyboard, Push to Talk (PTT), Mobile TV Capable, Speakerphone, USB Interface, Touch Screen
Model: 5800 XpressMusic Style: Bar
Color: Black Manufacturer Part Number: 002J900, 002L605, 40226522, 5800VOD, 5800XPRESSMUSIC, N5800XM, NOK5800BLU_SP, NOK_5800_BK_RD
My girlfriend bought this phone because she had used my Nokia 5800 and really liked it. She is not a very technical person so her loving it is good indication of the user friendly Nokia interface. There are many smart phones in the market today. I have tried many and I have found that despite being fairly old in a quickly changing market the Nokia 5800 has maintained a very strong position.
When you first get this phone it is already pretty cool with the onboard features. However, with the right downloaded application it can become a truely awesome device that can satisfy any of your needs in the modern day. I can go and on about its GPS, music, WIFI and all the great features. But I'll say the only weakness I seen in this phone is its camera. Its very average and would give you a decent picture during the day. But at night its far from impressive. So I wouldn't recommend it if you want a good camera. But other than that it is much cheaper and better than the iphone for its many features that constantly keep getting better with the updates.
The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is a simple tablet-based touchscreen mobile. Composed completely of plastic, it doesn't have the feel of a very expensive device, but it takes a beating and keeps going better than most.
Screen looks great... indoors. At 640 by 360 pixels, it's hard to find a device this small (3.2in screen, 111mm long by 51mm wide) that has this many pixels packed onto its surface. This means that photos, text, and web pages just look fantabulous.
Truthfully though, its not a busy device. The buttons while finger-friendly in feel, seem just a bit hard to reach all around. And the placement of the SIM and microSDHC slots on the let side seem great at first, but are a fingernail's nightmare to get open at times.However,weight is excellent (109g), and it feels like any other well-weighted candybar mobile when placed next to your head on in a pocket. Plus, the long/thin nature of the design is very pocket friendly.
Touchscreen Input: While the 5800XM is not Nokia's first touchscreen product, it is the first one that utilizes the Symbian S60 operating system. A new version, S60v5, opens up the ability for the OS to utilize a touchscreen interface. With the 5800XM, this is a mixed bag.
On the 5800XM you get to touch, but its UI is not at all similar to the iPhone, Iphone is much further from it!!. There are still too many steps to do things such as cut-and-paste, or move files from one folder to another. In addition, much of the default software is simply the same version that it is on the non-touchscreen Symbian S60 devices, without any optimization.
The 369 MHz processor is buffered by a 1320 mAh battery, Wi-Fi, GPS (with A-GPS), Bluetooth 2.0, a 3.5 mm a/v jack, and mounds of software.It's not positioned as a conventional or enterprise smartphone, however; it's a music and multimedia themed one. And given its smartphone roots, it pulls off this aspect of use reasonably well.
Music and Multimedia: Let me first say, this device has some of the best speakers that I've ever heard on a mobile device. And definitely the loudest. Music, alarms, voice calls, whatever -- these are some really great speakers and easily makes the 5800XM an alarm clock replacement.
On the optical media side, the 3.2 megapixel digital camera proves to be the only real let-down. Sure, the dual-LED, VGA video capture, digital zoom, and finger-friendly menus are great, but it's the final product that's a significant disapointment. Even with a few major firmware releases under its belt, the 5800XM is a really poor camera. Photos not only come out grainy and noisy, but they are over-sharpened and underexposed. This is not at all the best mobile to choose for a camera solution.
Being that it's a Nokia, the phone aspects are very solid. Speaker and microphone are very clear. The speakerphone, as stated before, loud and clear at all volume levels. Pairing Bluetooth devices is easy, and call management is made easier with the Contacts bar for your frequent contacts.
Final onclusions: If you wana spend >400USD then opt for iphone rather than 5800, otherwise next option is this one.
My 1ast hp was a Nokia 3810 in 1997 and I am always a Nokia fan,in a contrary,my last Nokia mobilephone was 7610(2005??)Since then no Nokia hp can caught my eyes until 5800.During the pre launch at Starhub located at Tampines Mall,I was telling myself this would be the NK model that I would have,after the exile of 4yrs for Nokia hp.
My few main focus for a hp are big screen,loud/clear onboard speakers and good battery life.Well, 5800 had fulfiled my wishes somehow or rather.Maybe the batt life coulde better.The most interesting function that I like most in 5800, the wallpaper could be set in a slide show mode with time varies from 1min to ......to share, I am e soul tt change my wallpaper often and with this function,my worries no more......
As for the cons,hmm.the camera is vast room for improvement and the batt since to be not so accurate.It will indicate full bar for many hours of heavy usage n give u e impression tt it has great batt life. However,it will decline suddenly from full bar to last 3-4 bar after u reboot the hp.That is kind of strange....overall 5800 is a very good hp to recommend for people like me,like to change wall papers frequently..