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Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

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5800 XpressMusic från Nokia, släppt 2008 är en mobiltelefon/mediespelare med stöd för mejl, surfande, rss och mycket mer. Telefonen har inbyggd GPS, 3,2-tums pekskärm och stöd för micro-SD och micro-SDHC minneskort. Prisjakts användare har gett telefonen genomgående goda omdömen. Stäng
5800 XpressMusic från Nokia, släppt 2008 är en mobiltelefon/mediespelare med stöd för mejl, surfande, rss och mycket mer. Telefonen har inbyggd GPS, 3,2-tums pekskärm och stöd för... Läs mer
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  • Inget betyg
    M3

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    Cool pekpenna (miniplektrumet)

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    Nytt gränssnitt ger tomt på programfronten
    Lite överväldigande gränssnitt i början

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    Hittills:

    Form/design: 8/10
    Ljudkvalitet: 8/10
    Funktioner: 7/10
    Användarvänlighet: 8/10
    Prisvärde: 7/10

    11 år sedan
  • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

    Plus

    • Good choice of software
    • Very good accelerometer
    • Touch-screen

    Minus

    • Disappointing camera
    • Sluggish
    • Low grade plastic casing

    2 år sedan
  • Verdict
    Overall then, and considering that this was Nokias pioneering touchscreen mobile, the Nokia 5800 is still an awesome handset that offers you one-touch music playing and a host of other features. Bravo Nokia.

    Love
    Its a great little media playerThe audio quality rivals the best playersA user interface so simple the Beckhams could use it

    Hate
    Its only got a 3.2-megapixel cameraThe body can feel a tad plasticky

    10 år sedan
  • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic review

    Plus

    • Touchscreen control
    • Symbian S60 smartphone functionality
    • A-GPS technology built in
    • Wi-Fi
    • HSDPA
    • Excellent music player
    • 8GB MicroSD memory card supplied
    • 3.5mm headphone socket
    • N-Gage gaming supported
    • FM radio
    • 3.2-megapixel camera
    • Contacts bar
    • Good web-based applications

    Minus

    • Supplied earphones are average quality
    • Touchscreen control doesn't have iPhone-style multi-touch
    • Camera performance is limited
    • Low light shooting not good

    Conclusion
    Nokia's first touchcsreen S60 smartphone packs in plenty of top features at a decent price

    11 år sedan
  • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

    Wired: Uncluttered design, easy to navigate and sound quality is cracking.Tired: The touch interface could be more intuitive.

    11 år sedan
  • Good points
    Good battery life; straightforward to use

    Bad points
    Not as slick as Apple’s offering; camera doesn’texcel

    11 år sedan
  • PC Advisor.co.uk

    The Nokia 5800 is by no means an iPhone replacement, but if you're not into the iPhone and you want a good music handset with a decent camera, this might be the one for you, especially if you get the handset bundled with Nokia's Comes With Music offer, which gives you unlimited music downloads for a year. Also, given the recent firmware upgrade, it seems that Nokia is actively working to improve the phone's features and responsiveness.

    11 år sedan
  • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic touchphone

    Nokia tackles the iPhone on its own terms, not Apple's, and comes up with a decent music phone but no touchscreen sensation.

    11 år sedan
  • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

    Plus

    • Wi-Fi; HSDPA; GPS.

    Minus

    • Sometimes unresponsive touchscreen; mundane design.

    Conclusion
    Given the current selection of touchscreen phones, we expected a lot from the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic. Sadly, it didn't deliver the experience we'd hoped for. The 5800's screen isn't the worst we've ever used but it lacks the responsiveness of the iPhone's and, at times, requires a stylus. That said, the music experience isn't bad, so hopefully Nokia's next touchscreen phone will do it justice

    11 år sedan
  • T3

    WE LOVE:
    Touschreen
    Easy pips getting to our tunes

    WE HATE:
    Web browsing is a tad sluggish

    WE SAY:
    A sterling effort from our Finnish friends and we cant wait for the N-series behemoth to be announced.

    11 år sedan
  • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Review

    Plus

    • Good balance between weight and dimensions
    • 3.2-inch widescreen display with high resolution
    • The sound from the loudspeakers, headphones and during a call is really high-quality
    • A good browser and flawlessly working GPS
    • An affordable price
    • Long battery life

    Minus

    • It feels cheap and fragile
    • The display is almost unusable when exposed to direct sunlight
    • Suffers from software and performance issues
    • The accelerometer is too sensitive

  • Mobile Phones UK

    Nokia's first touchscreen phone is impressively good. It may not have quite the polished feel of the iPhone, but with so many good features, it's in many ways better than the iPhone. Headline features include the very high resolution touchscreen with 16 million colours, the 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, 3G video calling, an excellent web browser with support for Flash, the music player & FM radio, GPS positioning with Nokia Maps, WiFi, Bluetooth and an 8GB memory card. Available in black, red or blue.

  • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic mobile phone

    Plus

    • Wi-Fi
    • 8GB of storage
    • 3.5mm headphone jack
    • HSDPA

    Minus

    • Fiddly controls
    • Only 3.2-megapixel camera

    Conclusion When we first saw the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic we thought it was more akin to the Samsung Tocco than the iPhone. Now we've had more time to play with the phone it would be better to suggest this is more Windows Mobile that an interface you can use with your fingers. Due to the small screen size - it's 3.2-inch but still very thin - icons, keys, and buttons are all very fiddly, an admission by Nokia in including the stylus. The trouble is, if you've finally made the decision to go touchscreen the last thing you want to do is use a stylus and if you don't mind, you'll have already gone touchscreen with Microsoft a long time ago. That said the Nokia fan club will most likely love it. It's a good evolution from the S60 interface bringing some nice touches. The phone might have the consumer in mind, but the stylus interface means it’s unlikely to appeal to anyone other than Windows Mobile users looking to get a bit of street cred without losing the safety blanket of the pen.

  • Preview - Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

    ConclusionBeing the first touchscreen device under the Nokia brand, the 5800 XpressMusic will be a precursor of things to come from the Nokia engine. Whilst Nokia hasn't officially announced its immediate plans for the S60 5th edition and its inception into its other series such as the N and E lineup, our speculation is as good as yours while we keep ourselves in tune with the Nokia frequency and check out the offerings that has yet to come in the following months. But for the present moment, be patient and await the coming of the first touchscreen device from Nokia, the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, which should be looking at a Q4 2008 launch at an estimated retail pricing of 279 Euros (around US$386) before taxes and subsidies.

  • Preview: Symbian S60 V5.0 on the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

    ConclusionOur opinions on the Symbian S60 V5.0 operating system? There are a few hits and misses with this updated mobile OS. For users upgrading to the new OS, the familiar sights will be comforting. Nonetheless, in favor of larger icons for easier access, you get less flexibility when it comes to shortcut customizations. On the same topic, the Contact Bar theme came with the same issue, which only allows you to have up to four contacts displayed on the Home screen at a single time. The conversation history associated with each contact is useful, but it comes with one underlying issue. The interface doesn't pull the conversation history before or after the contact is assigned. Typically speaking, the conversation thread is saved only when the assignment is made. Now, when it comes to its touch navigation, it's really a mixed bag of reactions. As we've mentioned, icons are adequately sized for easy tapping, and it did seem self-explanatory. The only thing that got us bewildered was the double tapping required for applications and options in the deeper levels of the menu. While it might seem to be a small issue, it does hinder overall usage speed. Regardless, this double tapping feature is here to stay, and we'll do well to get used to it. But let's look on the bright side. By allowing users to get more physical with its touch interface, we do see more possibilities on one of the more stable smartphone OS in the market. True, what we see might not rival the likes of other similar systems such as the iPhone or the long-running Windows Mobile platform, but it is a start for the Symbian community. Gone are the days when you'll have to rest your thumb on the five-way navigation pad just to scroll through web pages on the S60 Web Browser. Zoom into images faster with just a click and a scroll, instead of pressing the Volume Up/Down button. In short, the Symbian S60 V5.0 does bring about some improvements, but in our opinion, it still needs the extra wow factor to edge out the competition in the months to come.

  • Nokia 5800 XpressMusic - A Commitment to Music

    ConclusionAs much as we would like to continue talking about the 5800 XpressMusic and the bundled Comes with Music service, that's about it. You have a music-centric device, delivering above average audio quality and a buffet of music tracks for you to download from the online Nokia Music Store. Sounds too good, right? Well, not really. There are quite a number of catches to this whole music package. For the device, we do applaud the introduction of the first touchscreen device under Nokia's name. Yes, it comes with a wonderful 3.2-inch screen for you to fondle with your fingers. But due to the resistive nature of its touchscreen display, there are times when you'll experience some input difficulty without the use of your nails or your stylus. The Symbian S60 V5.0 preview also covered a related touch navigation factor: the inconsistency of double tapping for certain menus. These definitely bring the user experience down a notch, but with some practice, you should be able to get used to it. The Comes with Music service, in our opinion, has a lot of potential, but restricted in many ways. Digital Rights Management is certainly the best way to protect the copyrights of the creative industry, but from a consumer's viewpoint, it hinders the way one enjoys their music. With the layers of restrictions such as a one-to-one lock of the device to your PC, this might not be the best deal for consumers who are frequent device switchers. Of course, if you are a loyal Nokia user, and find solace in keeping your PC up and running on a long term basis, the one year unlimited download service will definitely do wonders to your music collection (for as long as you have the storage capacity to do so). With the phone now officially launched in Singapore on the 27th February, we're finally allowed to reveal the price. Bundling the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic with the Comes with Music plan should bring the retail price slightly higher, and that it did, with a S$798 price tagged to the Comes with Music version.

  • Review: Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

    ConclusionIf you're looking for a well-priced and versatile touch-screen phone, the Nokia 5800 should definitely feature high on your list, particularly if you're used to the Nokia interface and are looking for a full range of media features.

  • Inget betyg

    We had been anxiously awaiting to get our mitts on the 5800 as Nokia's first touchscreen device and we have to say that it didn't wow us all that much in the end. We were expecting great things from its 3.2-megapixel camera given the performance of other Nokia devices we'd seen, but we were sorely let down by the 5800 in this respect. While its S60 operating system offers a lot of power, extensibility, and flexibility, we found the touch interface to be unintuitive and text entry with the included stylus to be cumbersome and unpleasant. We know the 5800 is capable of a lot and we were particularly pleased by its music playback battery life, but it turned out to be not all that special in the end, with many other devices we've seen offering comparable capabilities that are more attractive and priced more competitively.

    11 år sedan
  • Inget betyg
    Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Review

    Plus

    • Good battery life
    • Loud speakers
    • Reading text from the screen

    Minus

    • Inconsistent UI
    • Default software not completely optimized
    • So-so video performance

    11 år sedan
  • Inget betyg
    Datormagazin

    För
    Välkänt gränssnitt, bra pris och funktioner
    Emot
    Ingen ”multi-touch”, något buggig, tveksam kamerakvalitet
    Rekommenderas till
    Dig som är ute efter en prisvärd smartphone, gillar S60, och inte vill spendera en förmögenhet.

    11 år sedan
  • Inget betyg
    TechFAQ

    Overview:
    Mobile device for music. The all-in-one for music lovers.
    Pros:

    All-in-one music center

    Powerful sound


    Cons


    Still needs a bit more improvement to stand alone in the touchscreen only world.

    Better to use the stylus, resistive to touch only

  • Inget betyg

    The phone has a Nokia Music Store support, giving access to more than a million tracks by various performers; one track costs one euro, albums sell starting from ten euros, a monthly subscription for web-to-phone database synchronization costs 10 euros as well. The price is comparable to the prices for analogous services offered by different European carrier companies. In the playback menu, a ‘go to the music store’ option was added, which bounces you to www.music.nokia.com should you select it. The Music Store offers a lot of options: a full-fledged track database search, access to ratings and statistics, a planned download list, phone-to-PC synchronization with the help of Windows Media Player. All the tracks are downloaded in the .wma format, a bought song can be re-downloaded for free should it get lost. The shop’s interface is rather intuitive, all options are accessible through a couple of clicks. So far the service is exclusively available across the UK. Nokia Comes With Music is a yearly subscription to the service, allowing to download any amount of tracks or albums for a fixed amount of money. NCWM was included into the sales packages of Nokia 5310 and Nokia N95 8Gb (in the British edition), the total price being but a bit higher than that of the same product minus the CWM subscription in all other countries outside the MusicStore coverage area. For Instance, the CWM version of 5310 costs L129, which is a mere nothing for an unlimited access to the music database. Nokia 5800 XpressMusic will also feature this service.

  • Inget betyg
    Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

    Recently I have had the opportunity to try out Nokia’s answer to the Apple iPhone

  • Inget betyg
    Test: Nokia 5800 Xpress Music

    För
    Välkänt gränssnitt, bra pris och funktioner
    Emot
    Ingen ”multi-touch”, något buggig, tveksam kamerakvalitet
    Rekommenderas till
    Dig som är ute efter en prisvärd smartphone, gillar

  • Inget betyg
    11 år sedan

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