Nokia XpressMusic 5800 Smartphone
Price Range:$149.99 to $198.00
One touch takes you to music. Browse by artist, album and genre, or flick through your playlists, with up to 35 hours of great sounds on... Read More
One touch takes you to music. Browse by artist, album and genre, or flick through your playlists, with up to 35 hours of great sounds on this advanced multi-format player.With 4GB microSD card inside, your collection can grow and grow. Swap cards up to 16GB in size for an extened playlist of tunes.Browse, stream, and download millions of songs over the air at the Nokia Music Store. Discover new music with ultra - fast 3.5G and WLAN mobile technology.Make your memories clear and bright. Capture the details with Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, 3 x digital zoom, and dual LED flash for images and video made to share.Share your experiences as they happen with seamless upload of your photos and videos to online sharing services like Ovi, Flickr, or Vox.One touch takes you to the video centre, a great way to watch in widescreen. Easily download, stream, and subscribe to must- see video feeds onlineGet high speed access to web, music, video and more. Minimize
Product Review Summary
59 Reviews from Epinions.com
Jan 8, 2011
Nokia 5800: One cell fits for all
Pros: Sexy Camera (night mode especially), Wi-fi and stylus gives it an edge over others.
Cons: Sometimes touch screen creates issues but other features cover this drawback.
Go for it ! It will make your life interesting with its striking features. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 20, 2009
NOKIA 5800 XpressMusic, a nice touch phone
Pros: superb music quality with Bass,media bar,3G,GPS, orientation
Cons: poor image quality in low light conditions
I recommend it to potential buyers.It has excellent music quality and lots of advanced features like 3G support,GPS,online sharing. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 17, 2011
Nokia XpressMusic 5800 Smartphone.
Pros: Good music quality, and video recording.
Cons: Sometimes keypad is slowly rsponding.
I highly recis iteomend to have this phone. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 9, 2010
Not Bad For Nokia's First Touchscreen
Pros: Most reasonably priced among all smart phones.
Cons: Thick and bulky.
It's an all-in-one cellphone. Camera, video, mp3 player and your laptop in one. Just find any wi-fi spot and the world can be your extended office! Read More at Epinions.com
Sep 13, 2009
you wont be disappointed with the nokia 5800
Pros: the best phone you could have if you love music,movies,radio and internet.
Cons: not as small as you'd probably would like to have... Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 11, 2009
Well featured solid phone, Nokia fans will no doubt like
Pros: Lots of features, beautiful screen, built in speakers, battery life, good rf, multiple input methods
Cons: Touchscreen a little finicky, s60 not as user friendly, creaks a bit/plasticky, attracts dust/fingerprints easy
If you like Nokia and are on the fence about getting this phone, go get it! It's not perfect, but good and has lots of useful features. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 12, 2009
Stylus without the style
Pros: Battery life, music player, stylus
Cons: Can be clumsy, no low-battery warning, less applications than the iPhone, low resolution camera
Bottom Line: Outperformed by rivals on the style-front, this phone concentrates its resources on functionality, especially the music player.
Outperformed by rivals on the style-front, this phone concentrates its resources on functionality, especially the music player.Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 3, 2010
Pros: Good battery life, Impressive sound quality, User friendly, vibrant screen, lightweight.
Cons: Poor browsing & camera quality. Read More at Epinions.com
May 27, 2010
great gadget to keep in you pocket
Pros: so many applications to download and fun to use and great features.
Cons: the main problem: if you have a lot of apps the mobile really slows down. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 25, 2010
Iphone 3g VS Nokia 5800
Pros: cheap updated os
Cons: described in review
just spend money on iphone if you a good touch phone Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 21, 2011
The perfect Step to giving Nokia a Bad Name
Pros: Makes phone calls... sometimes; geo tagging of images
Cons: unstable software; glitchy; Bad Grip; GPS takes a long time to find satellites.
I don't recommend the Nokia 5800 Xpress Music to anyone. Until Nokia comes out with a better operating system that is not filled with glitches. Read More at Epinions.com