Summary: Build Quality & Ergonomics At first glance, the Nokia X5 is certainly a looker, with a small form factor and interesting colour scheme that does catch your attention - the X5's entire glossy front is shaded in a single, vibrant colour.
Pros: Good build quality, Solid call and battery performance
Conclusion: The squarish Nokia X5-01 is way more than just another square-shaped mobile phone. It’s a smartphone, a messenger, a music player, you name it. This cute fella offers a comfy enough slide-out full QWERTY keyboard, diverse connectivity options, SNS integration and a great music player.
Pros: Full QWERTY slider form factor, Quad-band GSM/EDGE, tri-band 3G with HSDPA and HSUPA, Symbian S60 UI, 3rd edition FP2, 600MHz processor, 256MB RAM; 200MB user-accessible storage, 2.36" 256K-color QVGA display, 5 megapixel fixed-focus camera, LED flash, VGA@15fps video recording, Standard microUSB...
Cons: No GPS receiver, No office document editing, Small, low-resolution screen, Non-hot-swappable microSD card under the battery, Fixed focus camera, Poor video recording, No camera lens protection, No DivX or XviD video support out-of-the-box, No smart dialing
Excerpt: The Nokia X5-01 comes with a fashionably square shaped casing, which is both pleasing on the eye as well as being a practical size & shape for carrying. This amazing looking 3G Smartphone supports a slider form casing which slides open to reveal a compact & beautifully designed QWERTY keyboard.
Excerpt: Nokia officially announced its device Nokia X5 for the Singapore market. This event took place in the Nokia Connection 2010 event, which took place in Singapore. Developers formally presented the novelty as X5, but did not bother to disclose its detailed technical specs, so as for now nothing is...
Excerpt: Finally we got them! Some fresh details about Nokia X5! This will give us a hint to draw up the overall picture of the upcoming devices. Brief specifications of Nokia X5: Support communications standards: WCDMA 850/1900/2100 (WCDMA 900/1900/2100) MHz; GSM / EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz Dimensions:...
Summary: "The handset also offers brilliant social networking services as well as connectivity options. If you like the squarish look of Nokia X5-01, then it is definitely worth a bargain." Read the Blogsolute Nokia X5-01 review "It gives people value for their money.
Summary: The Nokia X5-01 is certainly an interesting looking device, square-shaped and available in a multitude of colours (ours was a fetching pink colour). Launched in India in November 2010, the device is available for a reasonable Rs. 10,499. But how does the X5-01 measure up? Firstly, that shape.
Summary: Sometimes Nokia do experiments with the form & design of its devices. This device exhibits a square slider design with full QWERTY pad music device. The screen is positioned centrally, which though looks a bit odd, in a world where the entire screen is at the top of the mobiles.