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Friday, August 28, 2009

Nokia 5230 revealed...........

Hands-on with Nokia's new Music Phones

A hands-on experience with Nokia 5230, 5530 XpressMusic and 5630 XpressMusic

Get a Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, remove the Wi-Fi and replace the 3.2 Megapixel autofocus camera with a fixed focus and you get a Nokia 5230. The phone is virtually identical otherwise and has the same look and feel of its older brother, with the exception of a white body and a backside with different color panels.
On the inside the 5230 runs the same Symbian S60 5th Edition, however, a notable addition is the presence of flip scrolling. The UI also supports kinetic scrolling now. So now you can press and slide on the screen and the lists will continue to scroll down, eventually slowing down and coming to a halt. In the previous version of S60 5th Edition, found in the 5800 and the N97, you had to use the scroll bar on the right if you had to scroll down a list. This, however, only works in screens that have lists in them and does not work in, say, the main menu with the icons. The UI felt very responsive and the touchscreen too, despite being resistive, had a good response and feel to it.
Audio quality on the phone was impressive, which is something you expect from an good music phone. The loudspeakers were very loud and had excellent quality, and the sound through the headphone was great as well. Nokia claims the phone is capable of playing music for 33 hours, which is superb. It'll also come with Nokia's Comes With Music service and will have a voucher that will let users download up to 100 free songs from the site.
I tried taking some pictures with the built-in camera of the 5230 and was disappointed with the image quality. The 5800 was no champion in terms of image quality and the camera on the 5230 is even more of a letdown. This is definitely not a phone for those who like to click pictures with their phones.
The best part about the phone is its price. Nokia announced an estimated price tag of Rs. 10,000 in India, which makes the phone superb value and will ensure that it flies off the shelf when it launches. The excellent pricing is also going to make phones like the LG Cookie, Samsung Star and the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic seem overpriced in comparison. The phone should be out in stores by the fourth quarter this year.

Overall a very good phone with great audio quality and music features as well as smartphone features at a very competitive price.

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