If this is the Nokia 5900 XpressMusic indeed, we think we might be in for another disappointment. How come all handsets equipped with touch sensitive screens look so much alike and equally unappealing?
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1. Whitecarnage (Posts: 12; Member since: 22 Mar 2009)
Phonearena, wake up! GSMArena already deleted this news article on their website because they realized that this was the early Nokia 5800 prototype after all. In other words, this phone is certainly not new but rather, it is the old 5800 prototype. Though, your link to their website for the source of this news still works, there is already an update message stating that they are mistaken about the matter. Take a look at their website's homepage again and I can assure you that you can't find this news article already. http://www.gsmarena.com/
2. DontHateOnS60 (Posts: 866; Member since: 20 Apr 2009)
"If this is the Nokia 5900 XpressMusic indeed, we think we might be in for another disappointment. How come all handsets equipped with touch sensitive screens look so much alike and equally unappealing?" They look so much alike because there are only so many different ways of designing a candybar phone without making it look ridiculous like the HTC phones with Android on them. Not everybody finds the design of conservatively styled handsets like the 5800 or Omnia to be unappealing. Its when designs include arch's to the phone body itself or when they add carbon fiber looking accents to it (Blackberry) or designs like the one on the face of the Nokia 5530 with those black dots or whatever, that they start becoming unappealing. But hey, if you guys like all that goofy looking stuff, that's cool. Give me an E72 shell design with a big touchscreen, add the Nokia N97 volume rocker, camera key, and the silver border that houses them and I'll be happy.