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Nokia 5730 XpressMusic

The Nokia 5730, comes with a slide-out full QWERTY keyboard. Combining the ultimate quick messaging interface with an avalanche of social, sharing and on-the-go entertainment services.

loaded with Facebook, Ovi Contacts, Photos, Maps and messaging apps. Alongside its social skills it’s fully N-Gage enabled, and features dedicated gaming keys for the best possible mobile thumb-mashing experience. Of course, music remains the lynchpin in the 5730 XpressMusic’s arsenal of abilities, enabling you to download tunes over-the-air via the Nokia Music Store.

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Nokia 5330 XpressMusic

The 5330 XPM comes with an edgy top-sliced form factor and personalised lighting controls so you can customize it to match your mood or even your shirt colour.

Alongside music, social networking plays a key part in the 5330’s skills with easy access to online social sites such as Ovi, Facebook and MySpace. Storage for up to 3,000 songs comes with the included 2GB microSD card, though up to 16GB of storage is possible with support for 16GB microSD memory cards. It also comes with A-GPS and a 2.4inch screen.

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Nokia 5030 XpressRadio

It’s the first for Nokia and it’s unique. Why? It’s because for the first time, Nokia has included a radio receiver into the phone and users will be able to listen to radio without the need to plug in the headphones! The powerful loudspeaker on the back turns this mobile into a portable radio with 24 hours of listening time between charges (it also boasts 10 hours talk time).

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It’s quite shocking to see an unannounced XpressMusic phone being previewed so quickly but hey, Mobile-Review just did it. They have already played with one of the first prototype set of the 5730XPM.

The 5730 XPM is a candybar music smartphone with slide out qwerty keyboard targeted at the mid tier audience. It features a 3.2mpx autofocus camera with Carl Zeiss optics and a single LED light and a backlit qwerty keyboard!

I’d say that the design is quite edgy as the font type on the keypads and the keyboard look very digital and the built is in metallic, although it does come in 2 XpressMusic colours, Red and Blue.

From the article we can actually see that the OS, running on S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2 has little new updates and some additinal features are included like Say&Play and there is a probability that it will adopt the Contacts Bar feature from 5800 too. We’ll have to see when it’s announced in April. The price will be around 220 Euro before tax.

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