As Nokia is moving forward to future devices such as the high priority Nokia N8, one of the handsets to help aid the Finnish company get into the touchscreen game in the first place is getting a much needed firmware update. The Nokia 5530 XpressMusic is getting a sprinkle of new life thanks to a new update that brings the handset from v20 to v30 and packs along a myriad of new features to keep it in line with most of the modern touchscreen offerings out there. First and foremost, the biggest feature by far seen with it is the support for universal kinetic scrolling – which pretty much most touch enabled handsets offer nowadays; even feature phones. In addition, it clears up additional memory on the handset, provides cosmetic updates to the icons in the music player, offers a default option for full screen web browsing, and new applications like Ovi Sync and Shazam. So if you've resisted in checking out some of Nokia's other high-end touchscreen smartphone offerings, then you should get quite comfy with this one on the Nokia 5530 XpressMusic.
Nokia 5530 XpressMusic Specifications
via All About Symbian