Excerpt: its a nice handy phone but i feel its best use is as a secondary phone, it lasts 3 days or more on a single charge, got 2 mp ff camera with decent shots, nice music quality thanks to the dedicated music chips, sturdy build and head turning asymmetrical design.
Excerpt: Good : Perfect Phone I ever used.... Sound Quality is excellent... I tested it with my sub woofer also... the sound was perfect... I have used N 73 before and I think this is so much better than that when you consider the music features...! I love it...!Bad : Software is not enough...! Video quality is very low...! Camera isn't that good as Sony Ericsson..
Summary: "The perfect mobile phone! Camera is great. Music player fantastic. Radio reception is almost perfect. Love the look of it. Specially designed so you can hold it better. Probably the best phone I've ever had. Only small problem is the battery is a bit slow to charge and a slight problem with the speakers, but I am getting them replaced. Awesome.
Summary: "Noticeable improvement on my earlier Nokia. Nice keypad, Good range of features and nice ability to one click jump to things you use a lot. Friends commented on the style and I've found it a good phone. Pros - Features, FMradio, storage. Cons - camera is poor and ringt5one sometimes rings normally and sometimes for only 3 seconds. Haven't managed to sort that although it's to do with voicemail. Not clear whether you have to pay extra for that.
Summary: "The Nokia 5220 is a great little phone. Aimed at the entry level market it certainly does the business. It has a brilliant music player, and an FM radio.The camera is two megapixels. It has excellent Bluetooth connection, and it comes with a USB and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Admittedly the memory is a bit limited at 30MB, but you can expand it to 2GB with a microSD memory card.
Summary: "This a basic, entry level phone that you can make phone calls from, play music on and take pictures with. It has an FM radio on it as well. Considering the price, the music player is really good and plays most popular formats, including MP3 and MP4. I thought the sound quality was pretty good, if not a little thin, but you can get around this because it has a headphone jack, which takes a wide range of headphones.
Summary: "The Nokia 5220 Xpress Music is a lightweight, slim phone with a great sounding music player. It doesn't hold a lot of songs in the basic memory (actually, it only holds about eight!), but with an extra memory card you can expand it to about five hundred. I like the look of the phone. It's a bit unusual and different. You can use a wireless bluetooth headset with it if you want to.
Excerpt: "The Nokia 5220 XpressMusic is a tri-band music phone for GSM 900/1800/1900 or GSM 850/1800/1900 in some regions. In addition to a 2 megapixel camera, the Nokia 5220 XpressMusic supports 8GB microSD cards for AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA music files, pictures, video, contacts and more. Additional features include USB 2.0 , Bluetooth 2.0, Flash Lite 2.1 and MIDP Java 2.1 with additional Java APIs. The price of Nokia 5220 XpressMusic is not expensive like ...
Excerpt: "This is an excellent phone with many greater features. First of all it is light, handy and stylish. Nowadays when phones are increasing in size each day, this phone remains small, but it is packed yet with all the same features. All the standard features of this phone work very well. Be is calls, SMS, alarm, calculator, internet browsing; none of features have never been dysfunctional. It is the cheaper model out of the Express music series, but ...
Excerpt: ===NOKIA 5220 XPRESSMUSIC=== Most of the vendors classified their merchandise in some categories like: gaming phone, camera phone, business phone, and music phone like Nokia 5220 XPRESSMUSIC. "" DESIGN "" It has asymmetric candybar model plus body rounding which like a trapesium. As a music phone, it has control panels to facilitate this when accessing the media. Nokia 5220 place it at the left side of the body.