Nokia 5800 XpressMusic review
This is the phone with the most complete set of features a user ever wanted. The device weighs just 109 gr, and it feels really nice in the palm of the hand. It is less wide than the iPhone or the HTC G1, but around the same height. The handset sports a 3.2″ 16 million 360×640 touchscreen TFT LCD, a proximity sensor for auto turn-off when you hold it close to your ears, an accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate, VGA video-call camera, 81 MB internal memory, 128 MB SDRAM, an ARM-11 369 MHz CPU, microSDHC slot up to 16 GB, 802.11 b/g WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0, 3.2 MP camera with flash, GPS receiver, stereo FM with RDS, TV out, 3.5mm audio output jack, and stereo speakers. It’s not quite “touch” sensitive, but “press” sensitive switching between portrait and landscape mode, is actually much simpler and quite natural once user got the hold of it. The full QWERTY keyboard felt more stable than the iPhone QWERTY keyboard as iphone is too sensitive and one will have difficulty while on move. XpressMusic switches to landscape mode and feels almost right that you have to use two thumbs to reach all the keys. To get this phone full functionality you will have to update to the latest firmware 11.0.008, the media player is much improved, allowing you to play more types of file format.