Nokia’s new baby: the 5730 XpressMusic
It’s an odd-looking phone, but it is QWERTY-based
Nokia, not content with releasing the N97 as a bastion of QWERTY-based mobile phone functionality, has come up with the 5730 XpressMusic to complement the range.
Despite sporting another name that has onomasticians crying into their cornflakes, Nokia’s new handset comes with a two-inch QVGA screen and full numeric keypad in addition to the slide-out keyboard, so those who love the tactile feel of buttons should be doubly excited.
Other natty features include the dot-matrix styling on the QWERTY keys, GPS, a microSD card slot, Symbian 60 OS and a four-and-a-half hour battery life.
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