Nokia 5630 XpressMusic Mobile Phone

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Say hello to the newest member of Nokia's XpressMusic lineup, the 5630 XpressMusic. Carrying on the legacy of superior audio/video experience provided by Nokia's music line, the Nokia 5630 XpressMusic has everything that we have seen in this segment and a bit more, packed into an ultra-slim candybar form factor. Unlike many of its predecessors, this new entrant takes a turn for the better and works on the Symbian S60 (instead of the usual S40) platform and has a most-welcomed 3.5-mm headphone jack. Here are some of its major features at a glance:

• Dedicated music keys
• microSD support for up to 16GB (4GB card included?)
• Say & Play feature to play a song by just saying its name
• Nokia Music Store compatibility
• N-Gage compatibility
• Full-focus 3.2 megapixel camera with flash with the ability upload videos/images directly to Ovi, Flickr, and Facebook
• 3.5-mm audio jack
• Symbian Series 60 Operating System
• The Nokia 5630 XpressMusic is expected to start selling in the second quarter of 2009 at a suggested price of 199 Euros.


Nokia 5630 XpressMusic - a new ultra-slim S60 device that offers a complete entertainment experience, letting individuals quickly and easily play music, videos and games, as well as share content.

Building on the XpressMusic range tradition of delivering superior entertainment experiences, the Nokia 5630 XpressMusic features a world class music player for excellent audio quality, music and videos on-the-go through dedicated keys, and music essentials including a 4GB memory card for storing up to 3000 tracks, with option to upgrade up to 16GB microSD memory card, support for all main digital music formats and a 3.5 mm AV jack. Featuring Nokia's innovative voice-controlled ‘Say and Play' feature, consumers can merely say the name of a favorite artist or song to automatically play it.

Offering a seamless music experience, Nokia 5630 XpressMusic is compatible with Nokia Music Store, allowing consumers to browse and purchase tracks from the Nokia Music Store, where applicable, while the Nokia Music for PC software allows for easy drag-and-drop transfer of songs and management of any music collection. In selected markets, the Nokia 5630 XpressMusic will also be sold as a Comes With Music device.

Another phone that has come out together with the Nokia 5730 is the Nokia 5330 XpressMusic phone. This phone is the ideal for music lovers and active in the social networking scene via mobile access.

The standard 3.5mm jack offers crystal clear sound for any headphones, and the extended battery life gives more than 26 hours of playback time.

To top it all off, the Nokia 5330 XpressMusic provides access to sites that specialize in online sharing, including Ovi, Facebook, and MySpace, a big reason why this is the phone to have for the social network addicts.
Putting people first, the Nokia 5630 XpressMusic homescreen gets individuals closer to the people and media that are most important to them. The Contacts Bar allows direct access to up to 20 closest friends or business contacts straight from the homescreen and provides a full communication history with these contacts including recent emails, messages, phone logs and photos shared. A shortcuts bar at the bottom of the homescreen gives quick access to the most frequently used applications including music, radio, Web, N-Gage and photos.

The 5630 XpressMusic comes with a complete N-Gage experience with an N-Gage shortcut on the homescreen. N-Gage offers an entire catalogue of games from leading publishers, a multiplayer feature, and the ability to track progress, as well as add friends to play against.

In addition, with the full focus 3.2 megapixel camera with flash, images or videos can be captured and shared via a favorite online community, such as Share on Ovi, Flickr, or Facebook.

The Nokia 5630 XpressMusic will be available in select markets beginning in the second quarter of 2009 with an estimated retail price of 199 EUR exclusive of subsidies and taxes. Do you like listening to your music everywhere you go? Are you an Internet junkie who can't be able to keep away from the Internet wherever you are? And do you like taking photos that are crystal clear with a high resolution camera phone? Then the new Nokia 5630 Xpressmusic phone is the one for you.

The phone comes in a sleek, stylishly slim fit that is simply superb to handle and to be seen with. Also, you can open yourself up to a world of limitless music with this phone. While traveling or at home, wherever you are, see something nice or memorable and immediately snap it with the Nokia 5630's supreme quality camera that will ensure you never lose those moments.

So, what are the features of the Nokia 5630 that make it so attractive? The phone is slim and sleek, which is pretty trendy these days. Coming in at a mere 83 grams and 12 mm thick, this is the phone to own if you are looking for that slim mobile partner.
The phone has a 2.2 inch screen size, so you can view your texts and read internet documents quite comfortably. The phone also uses matrix technology to illuminate its display and to give a 3D image to ensure that you never have viewing problems with this particular phone.

The phone also comes with a numeric keypad and dedicated keys for your music and camera, making it easy to quickly access your music or take snaps of rare moments before they pass. The Nokia 5630 also has voice commands, including profile activation and toggle Bluetooth connection. The phone comes in fashionable colors that give it a sexy look black or red. These colors are themselves accentuated by red, blue or chrome.

The nokia 5630 comes with a micro USB connector cable and a 3.5mm headphone plug. The headphones are available in stereo. The phone has 128 MB internal memory and comes with a 4 GB memory card that is expandable to 16 GB. This is a lot of music and pictures/videos!!!

Monty Alexander has written many articles on mobile phones - ray mobile, Nokia mobile, Samsung mobile etc.

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