Saturday, July 24, 2010

Nokia X5-01 goes 'square' with QWERTY keyboard

Nokia is the pioneer in creating new mobile phones to appeal them market. Now they have introduced the Nokia X5-01 whose shape is square (which is something new in the mobile world) and it also has a full qwerty keyboard in it. Nokia X5-01 is a Symbian S60(3rd gen) mobile phone.The other thing is that it is not as small and thin like other phones of Nokia, it’s a bit heavy and big it measures 74x66mm and is 17mm thick. Its relatively bulky nature does allow it to sport a 2.3” (320×240) display, though, and the slide-out QWERTY keyboard means it’s not a million miles away from what could be described as a “micro-notebook.”
Specifications include: WI-FI, Bluetooth (like any other latest mobile phone), 3G supported, 600Mhz ARM 11 processor and a 5MP camera with 4x digital zoom and LED flash.
This is also a phone for social networking people and has many great applications. Music can be changed just by the “spin of the phone” which is also a great concept it also has an OVI music store application. Its launch date is yet not confirmed and it should cost around €165 (US$202) before tax and subsidies

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