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Nokia 5530 Xpressmusic Single SIM White

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Mobile phone that is able to perform many of the functions of a computer, typically having a relatively large screen and an operating system capable of running general-purpose applications.
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Long product name Nokia 5530 Xpressmusic Single SIM White :
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5530 Xpressmusic
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Nokia 5530 Xpressmusic, 7.37 cm (2.9"), 640 x 360 pixels, White
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Nokia 5530 Xpressmusic. Display diagonal: 7.37 cm (2.9"), Display resolution: 640 x 360 pixels. SIM card capability: Single SIM. Battery capacity: 1000 mAh. Colour of product: White. Weight: 107 g

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Testseek has collected 49 expert reviews for Nokia 5530 Xpressmusic Vit and the average expert rating is 72 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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Bargain touchscreens seem to be trendier than winkle pickers and laying into Kerry Katona right now. The Nokia 5530 XpressMusic is the latest budget offering to appear on our desks after the neat Samsung Blade and the Poundland–worthy Alcatel OT–708...
Good Cheap, looks great, loads of neat multimedia features...
Bad Average camera, screen a tad too small...
Bottom line A fine basic touchscreen phone with cracking musical extras...
Nokia might have been late to the touchscreen game, but its making up for lost time now by following up the successful 5800 XpressMusic and N97 with the budget 5530 XpressMusic.Its a phone not too dissimilar to the 5800 XpressMusic in shape, albeit s...
Good Low cost, Easy to user interface, Nice menu transitions, On board stylus...
Bad Poor call quality and coverage, Average camera, No 3G on board, Rattling keyguard slider...
The Nokia 5800 ‘Tube’ marked a turning point for Nokia’s music strategy, which ultimately evolved into the new Xseries range - and the all singing, all dancing X6 coming soon.But, there’s still life in the XpressMusic range yet - and while the X6 takes...
Good multimedia playback, Surprisingly responsive display for a resistive screen, WiFi is an unexpected feature at this price point...
Bad In 2009, we don’t want to see a stylus making an appearance!, Small screen makes it harder to use more advanced applications, Web browser disappoints it desperately needs the improved version coming to the N97...
Bottom line The 5530 offers more features than the target market probably wants, and the small display size makes some features hard to use - but the high resolution means video playback is impressive. Coupled with a decent music player and expandable memory, yo...
You can also put email in the middle of the screen with the latest message header on display – this works well though the default white text on black background of the messages themselves can be hard to read. Since there’s also a Facebook shortcut on...
Good Good price. Audio jack. Bright touchscreen...
Bad No 3G. No GPS. Occasionally inconsistent operating system...
Bottom line Its touchscreen isn’t perfect, but this is a fine music phone for Symbian fans on a tight budget...
Whether the Nokia 5530 XpressMusic has what it takes to steal the 5800’s crown remains to be seen. But as an affordable touch-screen with excellent music capabilities, it’s definitely one to consider. In a nutshell, this is a phone aimed at being c...
Good Great look and sound, bright screen and innovative interface.
Bad Quirky touch interface and lack of features such as 3G and GPS.
Nokia’s touchscreen user interface has not had many outings. We’ve seen it before in the original Nokia 5800 XpressMusic and in the much more highbrow, Qwerty keyboard toting N97. Now we have a third appearance in the shape of another XpressMusic hands...
Bottom line There are some compromises on features to get to the price, including a screen which borders on being too small for a touchscreen, the absence of 3G and GPS, lacklustre battery life and a mediocre camera. If you are on a budget and want to try the tou...
It would be nice to say Nokia's XpressMusic line of music oriented phones has enjoyed steady improvement since being introduced in 2006 but, to be frank, it's gone in all sorts of odd directions over the years with some handsets being more s...
Touchscreen tech on a budget Nokia has announced its latest touchscreen offering, the 5530 XpressMusic, following in the footsteps of the Nokia N97 and the 5800 XpressMusic. However this time round it’s shaved a considerable amount off the price tag...
Good Animated menu transitions, 3.5mm jack, Wi-Fi and GPS with geo tagging, The price point is also the clear selling point...
Bad Lacks certain features, Camera could do with sprucing up a bit, Call quality and coverage was also a little suspect at times...
Bottom line The Nokia 5530 XpressMusic is likely to be the budget hit of 2009. The screen quality and media options are plentiful, and while we would have loved to see 3G on board, the battery life saving is a real boon. Overall, we like a lot...
In the XpressMusic range, we’ve already had the 5610 slide-up and the 5800 touch. The 5530 is a lighter version of the 5800. No 3G and a slightly shortened screen. Is it just a 5800 without the good bits then, or is it a relatively low-priced phone wit...
Good Easytouse interface, Simple features, Slips into a pocket...
Bad No 3G, Aging interface, Underdeveloped in terms of music...
A smaller, cheaper version of the first Nokia touch-screen mobile phone, the 5800 XpressMusic, Nokia's 5530 XpressMusic lacks 3G connectivity and GPS. A more compact design and a competitive price tag are the main differences with its bigger brother.Our review unit of the 5530 XpressMusic was an international model, but it should be almost identical to the Australian version. We'll update our review with any additional information once the official Australian model is released.The Nokia 5530...
Good Responsive touch screen, compact design, 3.5mm headphone jack, contacts bar, home screen shortcuts, zippy UI...
Bad No 3G, no GPS, questionable build quality, touch input isn’t consistent, text input is hit and miss...
Bottom line A smaller, more compact version of the 5800, Nokia’s 5530 XpressMusic is a very similar handset to its bigger brother, though it lacks GPS and 3G connectivity. While we prefer the smaller design, build quality is again questionable...
The Nokia 5530 is an affordable touchscreen phone which features a 2.9-inch resistive screen, a 3.2-megapixel camera with LED flash and access to Nokia's Ovi Store, where you can download a host of apps, wallpapers and ringtones.What we likeNokia phone...
Bottom line The Nokia 5530 XpressMusic is a decent music phone, but it's definitely not an all-singing multimedia device. We really didn't like using the stylus and the lack of 3G means browsing the Web on the go isn't great. But if you don't mind using the stylus...
The XpressMusic lineup is fired up and coming after you with all theyve got - from QWERTY smartphones to touchscreens. In fact, with the arrival of 5530 XpressMusic, the Nokia music line has more touch phones than the Nseries. We told you, theyre dea...
Bottom line The Nokia 5530 XpressMusic certainly seems both well reasoned and reasonable. It is a clear attempt to bring the S60 5th edition to the hands of a larger audience, which in turn should motivate a bigger developer community, which in turn will make the...
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