Nokia’s first touchscreen smartphone isn’t a mixed bag by any means. It has a stable OS. The package it comes with is plenty and which only few phones have:
• Spare stylus
• Stylus plectrum
• Wired stereo-headset with a remote control (AD-54, HS-45)
• 8Gb microSD memory card
• Carrying case
• Desktop cradle
• TV Out cable
• USB data cable
• Software DVD
There are also tons of multimedia features with the phone. You might even mistake it for the perfect phone of the year! It has WiFi, and a sizable display that will remain the best on the market for quite a while. Another thing to note is it simply won’t face any challenges on the market. The Apple iPhone is a steep, fashion-savvy offering that has been deprived of many standard features, so a comparison between these two phones would seem a little too far-fetched. It does have smoother and more eye-candy menus, similar video capabilities, but that’s about it. In fact, the iPhone packs in around a tenth of what the Nokia 5800 has to offer in terms of functionality.
It will be out during the 4th quarter of 2008 for 279 EUR.
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