Free unlimited music downloads with the Nokia 5800 Comes with Music, proves popular

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The Nokia 5800 Comes with Music is a stylish and functional phone in the same mould as many supplied by Nokia. However, this phone has an innovative element to it that is setting it apart from many others and has made the phone one of the most talked about for some time. This element has nothing to do with the phone itself, but has more to do with the fact that it comes with free of charge unlimited music downloads.

Nokia have always had the knack for providing an innovative concept that gets people talking and with this phone it's proven to major talking point. With people looking at making their money go further and the costs of downloading music being, for many, an unwanted additional cost every time they want the current or one of their favourite songs downloaded, Nokia have come up with free unlimited downloads as the solution. This is against the current trend to charge for downloads and has received mixed reviews. Other suppliers consider it's not a particularly good thing, where as consumers have welcomed the offer, which is probably understandable.

The phone itself comes with an MP3 player, as you would expect, which accepts all the major audio file formats including MP3, WMA, WAV and eAAC+. An FM stereo radio provides additional means of listening to music or local and national radio stations. The phone also provides blue tooth, which is version 2.0 with A2DP as well as microUSB, version 2 for additional connectivity to other blue tooth enabled devices or synchronisation of file to a PC respectively. Internet access is provided via HSDPA and Wi-Fi which provides the means to access the net whilst in public hotspots. Navigational support is provided with the always useful GPS with A-GPS support and Nokia maps, which are considered one of the best navigation systems included within a phone.

The Nokia 5800 Comes with Music comes with an impressive TFT resistive touch screen which displays up to 16 million colours at a resolution of 360 x 640 pixels this ensures effective colour representation of images. There is also proximity and accelerometer sensors included which enables auto shut of and the means to alter the rotational aspect of images, so they can be seen in the right context. The phone would not be complete without a camera, and this phone provides a useful 3.15 mega pixel camera which uses Carl Zeiss optics and provides auto focus and LED flash.

The Nokia 5800 Xpress Music provides a unique selling point, its unlimited downloads. This phone is an accomplished phone with all the right functions and looks to make it an appealing phone, but the what sets this phone apart is the fact that music can be downloaded free of charge as many times as the owner wishes, meaning no more additional costs for downloads. Now that's a smart move by Nokia.

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