Strong Mobile ,but poor memory and camera lets it down
rjgreturns, Phone Arena
18 August 2013
Excerpt: Strong Mobile ,but poor memory and camera lets it down.Its very strong and its screen and body is of high quality.But the low memory keeps irritating you and its camera is another major let down.Use 5530 as a temporary till u get a better phone
Excerpt: I purchased the Nokia 5530 XpressMusic Black Unlocked over a year ago and love it since. The display is about 2.9 inches widescreen and 640 x 360 pixel resolution. The colors are bright, vibrant and clear while on the web and photo displayed. The main reason I bought it was because it had wifi and I could easily go online when needed and also the high quality music player!
Excerpt: I just bought the phone a couple of weeks ago so not too much detail to give for now. The phone is nice, although the receptions is kinda low for me. I like the applications they have and how I can control everything with a touch.
Excerpt: nice phone - from design to feature, from outside to inside.The Nokia 5530 XpressMusic is Nokia's newest budget-oriented touchscreen smartphone, and it comes in a nice small package.The Nokia 5530 XpressMusic is quite an attractive little handset. The front of the phone is taken over by its modest touchscreen display, which is positioned in exactly the center, making for an eye-pleasing aesthetic design.This rear cover is the only real negative of the 5530 Xpressmusic's...
Excerpt: The Nokia XpressMusic 5530 is a sleek and stylish touchscreen phone that's easy to use. It's the perfect size for sticking in a pocket or your purse. It's lightweight but the sturdy design ensures that the phone will not slip out of your hands. The phone is excellent as a music player. It has built-in speakers and FM radio capability. The sound quality is very good, and a pair of headphones is included.
nokia xpressmusic 5530 is a cool touchscreen phone
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I quite enjoy having this nokia xpressmusic 5530 touchscreen phone. It is very similar to the nokia nuron that I think is a newer model. This includes a fill touchscreen qwerty board, that can be on the screen when you flip the phone sideways. This has a 3.5mm phone jack for your headphones, which I quite like because you can hook up any headphones to your liking, unlike those annoying phones that require a specific plug in headphone.
Excerpt: This cellphone is a cool little package with simple panel of control. It has all you need if you are a student or someone who does not need to stay on line 24/7. It is capable of wifi, and the loading speed is acceptable but not as fast as iphone or Droid. Physical feature and power Size Display and 3D Keys and input method Communication and Navigation Operating frequency Data network Local connectivity and synchronisation Call features
Excerpt: The keyguard as mentioned is somehow out of place but that is not the biggest issue with this phone. The camera is good for this price range and the stereo speaker sound good enough. I don't see the microUSB cable as a huge issue because is very common and you can "borrow" it from another device. Personally I have more then 10 cables of different sizes.