Nokia 5630 XpressMusic Review - Display, OS and Multimedia
6 July 2011
Summary: The Nokia 5630 XpressMusic gets reviewed. In this second part of my review I examine the devices Display, Mobile Operating System and Multimedia functions. Keep reading to learn more about this excellent smartphone that features
Excerpt: On opening the now familiar reduced packaging (it's good for the environment), my first thought on seeing the Nokia 5630 music smartphone was both simple and something I suspect the Finnish designers will be very happy to hear. That thought? “Where's my iPod nano, I need to see these side by side.
Conclusion: We are pleased with what the Nokia 5630 XpressMusic brings out. It meets almost all of our requirements – it’s compact, fast, delivers rich internet and surfing experience, the new home screen feels comfy to use and N-Gage support may provide quite some fun.
Pros: Slim and elegant, Really comfy buttons, Internet friendly (Wi-Fi, HSDPA 3.6Mbit/s), The new home screen is both comfy and functional, Robust battery, N-Gage support
Cons: Both audio playback and in-call quality is mediocre, Snapshots lack enough details and have unreal colors
Summary: The 5630 XpressMusic’s call quality was never an issue. Its ring tone volume was acceptable, while the vibro alert proved to be of average strength, or slightly below that. Nothing to talk about here.
Excerpt: Features include ‘say and play’ (where you can use the speech recognition service to select a song), a bundled 4GB memory card for up to 3,000 songs (but pop in a 16GB card and that jumps to a whopping 12,000 – if you don’t mind a fair degree of compression), 3.2-megapixel camera with twin-LED...
Summary: Das Handy wählt sich per WLAN, dem UMTS-Turbo HSDPA oder EDGE ins Internet ein und bietet somit den jederzeit bestmöglichen Zugriff. Jedoch zählt das Display mit seinem 2,2 Zoll großen Display mittlerweile eher zu den kleinen Anzeigen, dementsprechend hemmt die mangelnde Übersicht den Surf-Spass.
Conclusion: Le Nokia 5630 XpressMusic, commercialisé autour de 200 euros, se place comme une entrée de gamme pour les mobiles XpressMusic, tandis que son cousin, le 5730 Xpress Music, avoisinant les 280 euros se veut clairement plus complet.