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Nokia has just unveiled another 5000 series XpressMusic phone with touchscreen capability, Nokia 5320 XpressMusic.



It’s an entry-level touchscreen much similar to the Nokia 5800 XPM but with more affordable price tag. This Nokia 5230 XPM is powered by Symbian S60 5th OS platform and features a 3.2” nHD (640px X 360px) resolution TFT resistive touchscreen.

Although WiFi was pulled off from Nokia 5230 XPM, it has is geared up with speedy 3G/HSDPA connectivity to allow you stay in the loop in your social networks communities.

It has a decent 2.0 megapixel camera. The A-GPS are still intact with Nokia Maps or Ovi Maps.

Nokia 5230 XPM has the all peoples dribbling about, inventive homescreen with kinetic scrolling contact bar and media shortcut bar like the Nokia 5530 XpressMusic has.

It comes with 2 colours to choose from of the front panel and 5 vibrates colours of silver, red, pink, green and dark silver for the rear covers.




Here's a simple comparison between the 5000 XPM series.




The Nokia 5230 XPM will be expected to be on Nokia’s shelves Q4 2009 at the price EUR145 (US$213 before taxes and subsidies.

Below is a short promo video of the Nokia 5230 XPM;


What do you think about this phone? Do leave comment here.

4 comments

override182 said... @ August 27, 2009 at 10:46 PM

lucky i got the 5800.. based on the comparison.. they sure r releasing the 2 other phones that could compete with 5800 but at a lower price.. but still 5800 is ahead of both :) .. a complete set at an affordable price

Joshua said... @ August 28, 2009 at 12:11 AM

Override182 - 5800XPM indeed has the complete packages for all in affordable price. The 5230 & 5530 would have different buyer with different needs.

Vatsal said... @ July 18, 2010 at 10:34 PM

Want to buy a nokia touchscreen but i am confused between 5233 and 5230, also some say 5230 is not available in market... is it true ?
Can someone help

Joshua said... @ July 19, 2010 at 9:17 PM

Nokia 5233 doesn't have 3G and A-GPS. The availability is depending on country regions.

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