Conclusion: The Nokia 5530 XpressMusic is a decent music phone, but it's definitely not an all-singing multimedia device. We really didn't like using the stylus and the lack of 3G means browsing the Web on the go isn't great. But if you don't mind using the stylus and you're looking for a relatively inexpensive music phone then it's worth checking out.
A budget version of Nokia's first touch-screen smartphone, the 5530 XpressMusic is smaller and lighter than its big brother but lacks 3G connectivity and GPS
Good Gear Guide.au
4 September 2010
Summary: A smaller, more compact version of the 5800, Nokia's 5530 XpressMusic is a very similar handset to its bigger brother, though it lacks GPS and 3G connectivity. While we prefer the smaller design, build quality is again questionable.
Pros: Responsive touch screen, compact design, 3.5mm headphone jack, contacts bar, home screen shortcuts, zippy UI
Cons: No 3G, no GPS, questionable build quality, touch input isn't consistent, text input is hit and miss
Summary: The Nokia 5530 XpressMusic is significantly cheaper than most other touchscreen handsets on the market. While it's nowhere near as slick as the iPhone or HTC Hero, we still reckon it offers a good user experience for the price
Excerpt: Toca tu música y todo lo que quieras con el 5530 XpressMusic, un teléfono totalmente táctil. Un modelo que continua con la tradición de la linea XpressMusic, ofreciendo una combinación de excelentes aplicaciones, un diseño atractivo y un buen desempeño en el reproductor de multimedia.