Nokia's first touchscreen mobile phone, billing itself as a music device it's refreshing to see that Nokia has included 8GB of onboard memory as well as that much sought after 3.5mm jack, meaning you can use your own headphones. This offer saves you £75 over the contract term. However, the principle attraction of the contract is the low commitment 12 month term - very useful in these uncertain times. When you click on the link, click on the T-Mobile tab and move down to our recommended Combi £30 tariff, the first 12 month contract to offer the handset for free.
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NOKIA 5800 XPRESSMUSIC - BRIEF REVIEW
Look and feel
The 5800 is far less bulky than the BlackBerry Storm and a little more compact than the iPhone, although it is a tad thicker.
Ease of use
We'd advise using the stylus for the virtual QWERTY keypad as it gives you a little more control, especially when texting.
The Nokia 5800 boasts a 3.2-megapixel camera. It also has built-in A-GPS, Wi-Fi, RSS reader, TV out, instant messaging and email.
The audio quality of the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic sounds pretty good and improves when you plug in a set of quality cans.
The Nokia 5800 boasts a very respectable battery life, with a talktime of 525 minutes and a standby time of 406 hours.
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