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Technical Specifications for NOKIA 5800 XpressMusic.

Physical features, power and memory
Form: Classic with full touch user interface
Dimensions: 111 x 51.7 x 15.5 mm
Weight: 109 g
Volume: 83 cc
Touch user interface optimised for one-hand use with tactile feedback

Display and 3D
Main display
- Size: 3.2"
- Resolution: 640 x 360 pixels (nHD)
- Up to 16 million colours
- aspect ratio 16:9
- automatic orientation sensor (Accelerometer) for display rotation
3D image engine

Keys and input method
Stylus, plectrum and finger touch support for text input and user interface control (alphanumeric keypad, full and mini qwerty keyboard, handwriting recognition, full screen handwriting for Chinese language)
Dedicated Media Bar touch key for access to music, gallery, share on-line, Video Centre and web browser
Voice commands
Physical keys for application launch key (menu key), send & end, power, camera, lock, volume up & down

Colors and covers
Available in-box colours:
- Red
- Blue
- Black
Available colours may vary per region.

Micro-USB connector, USB 2.0 High Speed
3.5 mm Nokia AV connector
MicroSD card slot, small DC jack, Micro USB cable interface to PC (CA-101), TV out interface (CA-75U)

BL-5J 1320 mAh Li-Ion battery
Talk time (maximum):
- GSM 8.8 h
- WCDMA 5 h
Standby time (maximum):
- GSM 406.2 h
- WCDMA 400 h
Browsing time with packet data (maximum): 3.4 h
Video playback time (maximum): 5.2 h, Video playback time (maximum, nHD/Mpeg4) 3.4 h, VGA video playback using TV-Out with Stereo BT Headset 3.8 h
Video recording time (maximum): 3.6 h
Video call time (maximum): 3 h
Music playback time (maximum): Up to 35 h
Gaming time (maximum): 5.6 h

MicroSD memory card slot, hot swappable, max. 16 GB
81 MB internal memory
8GB microSD memory card in-box, expandable up to 16GB
Communication and navigation
Communication and navigation
Operating frequency
WCDMA 900/2100
GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
WCDMA 850/1900 (Latin America and Brazil variant only)
Automatic switching between GSM bands
Flight mode

Data network
GPRS/EDGE class B, multislot class 32, maximum speed 296/177 kbps (DL/UL)
WCDMA 2100/900 with simultanous voice and packet data, maximum speed PS 384/384 kbps (UL/DL), CS maximum speed 64 kbps
HSDPA cat 6, maximum speed 3.6 Mbps (DL)
WLAN IEEE 802.11 b/g (3G version only)
TCP/IP support

Local connectivity and synchronization
Bluetooth version 2.0
- Bluetooth profiles: A2DP & AVRCP

MTP (Mobile Transfer Protocol) support
TV out with Nokia Video Connectivity Cable (CA-75U, in-box)
Support for PC synchronisation with Nokia OVI Suite

Call features
Integrated hands-free speakerphone
Number screening for messaging and calls
Automatic answer with headset or car kit
Any key answer
Call waiting, call hold, call divert
Call timer
Logging of dialled, received and missed calls
Automatic redial
Speed dialling
Voice dialling: speaker independent dialling and voice commands (SIND)
Fixed dialling number support
Vibrating alert (internal), also with tactile feedback
Side volume keys
Contacts bar for 4 contacts with images and communication history (SMS, IM, email, web feeds)
Talking ring tones
Conference calling with up to 6 participants
Video calling: up to 3h, QCIF 176 x 144 pixels, low up to 5 fps, normal up to 10 fps, smooth up to 15 fps

Multiple SMS deletion
MMS version 1.3, message size up to 600 kb
Automatic resizing of images for MMS
Nokia Xpress audio messaging
Common inbox for SMS and MMS messages
Number screening for messaging
Distribution lists for messaging
Instant messaging client
Cell broadcast

Supported protocols: IMAP, POP, SMTP
Support for e-mail attachments
OMA e-mail notification support
Mail for Exchange 2008 in DL client, in 2009 embedded

Web browsing
Supported markup languages: HTML, XHTML, WML
Supported protocols: HTTP, WAP, JavaScript
TCP/IP support
OSS browser
Nokia Mobile Search

GPS and navigation
Integrated GPS for pedestrian and car navigation
Nokia Maps 2.0 Touch application
Image and sound
Image and sound
3.2 megapixel camera (2048 x 1536 pixels)
Image formats: JPEG
Carl Zeiss optics
3x digital zoom
Dual LED flash
Flash modes: On, off, automatic, red-eye reduction
White balance modes: automatic, sunny, cloudy, incandescent, fluorescent
Centre weighted auto exposure; exposure compensation: +2 ~ -2EV at 0.5 step
Normal, Sepia, Black&White, Vivid, Negative
Dedicated camera key
Landscape (horizontal) orientation
Photo editor on device
Direct printing to compatible picture printers

Main camera
Video recording at up to 640 x 480 pixels and up to 30 fps (TV high quality), up to 640 x 352 pixels and up to 30 fps (widescreen quality), up to 320 x 240 pixels and up to 30 fps/15 fps (email high/normal quality), up to 176 x 144 and up to 15 fps (sharing quality)
- Up to 4x digital video zoom
Front camera for video calling
Video recording file formats: .mp4, .3gp
Audio recording formats: WAV (normal), AMR (MMS), AAC/MP4 (high quality)
Video white balance modes: automatic, sunny, cloudy, incandescent, fluorescent
Scene modes: automatic, night
Colour tone modes: normal, sepia, black & white, vivid, negative
Clip length (maximum): 1 h 30 min (high or normal quality). Dependable on available memory.
Video playback file formats: MPEG4-SP playback 30fps VGA, MPEG4-AVC playback 30fps QVGA, WMV9 playback 30fps QVGA, MPEG4-SP playback 30 fps nHD
Video streaming: 3GPP and CIF
Landscape mode video playback
Video editor on device
Video Centre service supported: download and stream video content, WMV support, video feeds

Music and audio playback
Nokia Nseries digital music player
- Playlists
- 8-band graphical equalizer
- selection by artist, composers, album and genre
album graphics display and audio visualisations
bass booster, stereo widening, loudness
Music playback file formats: .mp3, SpMidi, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA
Dedicated volume keys & immediate access to Music Player from Media Bar, dedicated music keys in the headset control unit AD-54
Stereo FM radio
3.5 mm Nokia AV connector
Music Player
Nokia Music Manager
Nokia Music Store support
Nokia Podcasting support
Ring tones: 3D stereo ring tones, 64-tone polyphonic, mp3 & video ring tones (3 videos and 9 mp3 songs built-in)
Integrated stereo speakers with surround sound (crystal clear hi-fi sound quality with dedicated audio chip)

Voice and audio recording
Voice commands
Speaker-independent name dialling (SIND)
Voice recorder
Digital stereo microphone

Personalization: profiles, themes, ring tones
Customizable profiles
Ring tones: 3D stereo ring tones, 64-tone polyphonic, mp3 & video ring tones
Software platform and user interface
S60 5th edition
Symbian OS version 9.4
Active standby
Media Bar
Contacts bar

Personal information management (PIM): contacts, clock, calendar etc.
Support for assigning images to contacts
Support for contact groups
Clock: analogue and digital, world clock
Alarm clock
Calendar with week and month view
To-do list

Java TM MIDP 2.0
Flash Lite 3.0
Games: 3D Bounce and Global Race, DVD: Ulead VTB
Nokia Music Store
Nokia Maps
Map loader
PC Download
PC Photos
OVI Suite with Nokia Music
Share on OVI
Adding more applications:
- Over-the-air (OTA) downloads

Games: 3D Bounce and Global Race
Sales package contents
Sales package contents
5800 XpressMusic with pen stylus
Battery (BL-5J)
High Efficiency Charger (AC-8)
Music Headset (HS-45, AD-54)
Video-out Cable (CA-75U)
Connectivity Cable (CA-101)
8 GB microSDHC card (MU-43)
Carrying Case (CP-305)
Stand (DT-29)
Stylus plectrum in wrist strap (CP-306)
Extra pen stylus
User guide and Quick guide
Mini DVD
Recommended accessories
Nokia Stereo Headset (WH-500)
Nokia Bluetooth Stereo Headset (BH-504)
Nokia Bluetooth Speakers (MD-7W)

Compatible car solutions
Nokia Car Kit CK-100

Compatible accessories
Nokia Mini Speakers MD-6
Nokia Bluetooth Speakers MD-7W
Nokia Bluetooth Stereo Headset BH-503
Support and related documents
Support and related documents
Related documents
SAR certification information
Eco Declaration (.pdf, 52 KB)
Declaration of Conformity

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The Nokia 5800 - First Real Contender to the iPhone.

The Apple Iphone was a game changer in the hand held wireless phone market. It has inspired other established handset makers to rush to keep up and try to surpass the elegant look and feel of the ever popular Apple Iphone.
Finnish wireless handheld maker Nokia did not take long to respond to Apple's innovative corporate culture, with its introduction of the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic touchscreen handheld wireless phone.

The Nokia 5800 is indeed an impressive device. It sports a generous 3.2 inch widescreen display that responds to touch beautifully. Of course every phone in today's market needs a camera on board, but the Nokia 5800 does Apple one better with video recording capability-something that is sorely missed on the Apple Iphone.

Some would say that the Nokia 5800 is just "not as fun" as the Apple Iphone. Time will tell if that opinion stays in vogue.

Nokia has done a superb job in determining what consumers want from a smart phone. First of all, the phone is reliant on a high-speed 3G WiFi network, which makes browsing the Internet quick and easy.

The phone display also supports Flash, which seems like to a no-brainer for the wireless smart phone market these days. Flash is the software platform that the most online video services and web sites use to stream video.

True to its name, the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic phone is a serious contender for the iPod itself. It is capable of 8 GB of memory, or about 4000 songs. It can be expanded to 16 GB with a removable memory card.

The phone also features a standard 3.5 mm headphone jack. This feature is another no-brainer that should be included on any of today's music player wireless phones.

For inputting data, the Nokia 5800 features not only the standard QWERTY keyboard but also a stylus for scribbling messages on its touchscreen.

Good news: Often-used menus are easily accessible with a single click. This is a major shift for Nokia, since many of their standard phones bury simple things like an alarm clock and the Internet connectivity deep within nested menus.

So now the race is on for domination of the touch-screen wireless handheld market. The contenders in this market now seem to be threefold: the tried and true Apple Iphone, the new Android Gphone from Google, and now the much awaited Nokia 5800 XpressMusic phone. Once Blackberry gets into the fray it should be a tremendous fight to see who comes out on top.

Who will determine who wins? The consumer, of course! Time will tell, but it should be an interesting race.

by Jim Martin.

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77 million Symbian mobile phones were sold in 2007. That figure should be vastly increased over the next few months, as two phones will be taking it to new heights: the Nokia 5800 Xpress, and the mind-blowing Nokia N96.

Nokia and Symbian - long-time bedfellows.

In truth, Nokia have a long history of using Symbian in their mobile phones, going all the way back, in fact, to their first camera phone, the 7650 (a huge beastie of a thing it was, too!). Some of the most powerful Nokia mobile phones ever made have run on Symbian, quite often using the patented Series 60 interface. In fact, it's fair to say that Series 60 is the most important version of Symbian, since it's the one that powers Nokia's top of the range mobile phones: the prestigious, world-renowned Nseries. To this day, Nseries mobile phones have a reputation for being world-beaters, including probably the most well-known of them all, the N95.
Well, now, the Nokia N95 has evolved into a new form: the sleek, smart Nokia N96.

Nokia N96 - the ultimate Nseries phone .

The Nokia N96 really is the next evolution of the N95, since you get the same high-end feature-set (but with loads more bits added on), but in a sleek new body. In fact, the body of the Nokia N96 is reminiscent of another one of the earlier Nseries mobile phones: the N81. The similarities are striking, so much so that you could put down the Nokia N96 and N81 next to each other, and not tell which one's which. Not that that's a bad thing, since the N81 looked nice, and so does the Nokia N96. Certainly one of the prettier mobile phones on the market, and the Nokia N96 backs all that up with raw power. A 5 megapixel camera... GPS... HSDPA... 16GB of memory... and the big feature, multimedia. You see, the Nokia N96 is the king of mobile phones when it comes to media, especially video. It even includes BBC iPlayer (can't say that about many mobile phones!), and a little kickstand-type thing, to keep the Nokia N96 upright while you're watching videos!

Nokia 5800 Xpress - the future of Symbian?

Meanwhile, another offshoot of Symbian has appeared on mobile phones. Well... on one mobile phone so far, the Nokia 5800 Xpress. It's important for 1 reason: it's made for touchscreen mobile phones, which is exactly what the Nokia 5800 is. Ok, granted, the Nokia 5800 Xpress might not be their first touchscreen phone, but it IS their best, with 3 megapixel camera, HSDPA, GPS and that all important touchscreen, with the brand new Symbian interface, not seen on any previous mobile phones. It's fair to say Symbian is alive and well, and evolving still. With the Nokia N96 this Christmas, and the Nokia 5800 Xpress all set to wow us in the first months of next year, Symbian mobile phones are definitely on the up and up!

by Matt Sharp.

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