Nokia 5320 'another worthy music phone'
24 December 2008 — 11:17 AM
A recent review has looked at a new Nokia handset that could interest those recycling used mobiles.
According to Mobile Burn's Jin Khang Ong, the Finnish manufacturer's 5320 XpressMusic is a handset that will bring something new to a range that is already proving popular with music lovers.
With integrated 3G facilities, N-Gage gaming optimisation, a 3.5mm headphone jack and an expandable memory facility capable of supporting cards of up to 8GB, the model has lots of multimedia possibilities that the article draws attention to.
However, Mr Ong notes that the lack of Wi-Fi connectivity will be an important issue for some, but notes this is reflected in the price of the phone - adding that the 5320 makes up for this in other areas.
High-quality audio and an "impressive" battery life lead the review to conclude Nokia has succeeded in producing a mobile "worthy of becoming one of the best music phones out there at the moment".
"We at MobileBurn.com give it a highly recommended rating."
The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is another model in the same range that comes with a 3.2-megapixel camera as well as a touchscreen.
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