Mobile Phones

Nokia 5630 XpressMusic


It seems like the summer doesn’t come alone, claims Nokia. The new 5630 XpressMusic model is more than we were used: the phone features Symbian, Wi-Fi and N-gage support.

The design is shine and light, Nokia created a 12 mm thick model having 112 x 46 and weighing just 83 grams.

The smartphone has a TFT display with 16 M colors and 2.2 inches. Near the display is situated the secondary VGA video-call camera and the ambient light sensor. On the left we find the usual Music buttons, while on the right side is the volume rocker and the shutter key.

On the back is the 3.2 megapixel camera with enhanced fixed focus and LED flash. It is also capable of shooting videos, but there are not so spectacular as you might think.

The new interesting thing at this model is the Symbian OS. Different from other XpressMusic models, 5630 comes with an 600 MHz processor and 256 Mb RAM memory.

Having Symbian as operating system it boosts more connectivity features: GPRS, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.00 and microUSB. It supports microSD cards to complete the 256 Mb internal memory, up to 16GB.

The gadget comes with a lot of applications meant to help your experience: flash/java Internet Browser, Organizer, Word, Excel, Power Point, Pdf viewer, Zip manager, Dictionary.

We didn’t forgot about the N-Gage support, but you will have to buy the games if you want to play or you can enjoy the installed ones on the trial period.

We can say the phone is interesting offering both XpressMusic features and Symbian ones. It is your choice to buy it or not, the estimated price is near 260$.


One Comment

  1. Daniel Fernandes

    Wow!! I am impressed. It is a light weight phone, looks very attractive. It has all basic features like camera, bluetooth, wi-fi etc. Its great that the gadget comes with a lot of applications like word, excel, powerpoint etc. Music lovers will love this phone.

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