GLOBAL – The new Nokia 5730 XpressMusic has refused to follow the predictable path, instead introducing a marvelous misfit element to the XpressMusic range courtesy of its slide-out full QWERTY keyboard. Combining the ultimate quick messaging interface with an avalanche of social, sharing and on-the-go entertainment services, it’s clear that Nokia threw out the cookie cutter when creating the new Nokia 5730 XpressMusic.
Read on to get the full lowdown on the Nokia 5730 XpressMusic, including details on it’s premium gaming credentials, its price tag and when it’s slated to ship.
The 5730 XpressMusic isn’t shy to shout about its socially savvy features, loaded with Facebook, Ovi Contacts, Photos, Maps and messaging apps. Alongside its social skills it’s fully N-Gage enabled, and features dedicated gaming keys for the best possible mobile thumb-mashing experience. Of course, music remains the lynchpin in the 5730 XpressMusic’s arsenal of abilities, enabling you to download tunes over-the-air via the Nokia Music Store.
All of these talents are neatly threaded together and made easily accessible on the Nokia 5730 XpressMusic via its new homescreen, which builds on the blueprint previously used by its 5800 and 5630 XpressMusic siblings.
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It’s slated to ship in the third quarter of 2009 and will hit shelves for around 280 euros (before subsidies and taxes).
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