Nokia 5320 XpressMusic Now On Sale

Unlocked – for about 200 Euros

If a Nokia 5320 XpressMusic is all you’ve ever wanted but you couldn’t get one until now because of “unavailability reasons”, we are happily informing you that the handset has hit the shelves. For the moment, we’re only sure about its availability in the stores across Finland (Nokia’s home country), as All About Symbian reports that the new music phone can be bought for 195 Euros (about $300), unlocked and ready to rock.

Of course, the 5320 can also be bought online, from various retail shops that can ship the handset in lots of European, Asian and American countries. Here, for example, you’ll find the new XpressMusic ready to be sold even for customers from the US and Canada.

Back to Finland, besides reporting the availability of 5320, the guys over at AAS also posted the first impressions about the new Nokia handset as well as unboxing pictures. Their conclusion is that the 5320 XpressMusic candybar is a pretty cool device for its price range. Coming as one of the cheapest and smallest Nokia phones to run on Symbian S60 3rd Edition, the 5320 will probably be popular mainly among young mobile users.

The phone’s full list of features unveils the following: quad-band GSM connectivity and dual-band HSDPA, a 2 inch TFT display with 16 million colors and 240 x 320 pixels, Media player, a 3.5mm headset jack, good-quality speaker, dedicated music and gaming keys, Nokia Xpress Audio messaging, FM radio with RDS, Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP, Nokia Say and Play (a nice feature that allows users to control the music player only by voice), HTML browser, Flash Lite 3.0 support, Instant Messaging, push email, a 2 Megapixel camera with flash, secondary camera for video calls and microSD/microSDHC card support.

The European package of 5320 includes (among other things) a 1GB memory card, 3.5mm headphones and a microUSB cable. All in all, the new 5320 XpressMusic from Nokia seems like a good choice if you don’t need a multimedia power-horse (like the upcoming N96), so if you’re into Finnish handsets the candybar is worth checking out.

[Via: SoftPedia News]


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