Nokia 5320 XpressMusic Review
It’s nice to have a good e-mail client with besides the ability to send SMS and MMS. If you have your mail on a popular server, you won’t have to enter the settings manually.
The fast and easy Internet access is very important for the young generation, because it is the main source of information for them. The phone has what to offer in this aspect.
The browser is extremely good. It loads heavy pages like PhoneArena’s homepage fast and without any troubles. The ace up the sleeve 5320 has, is the easy navigation for which contributes the automatic visualization of a page map after pressing and holding a specific direction on the D-pad. On top of that, there are handy shortcuts to zoom in/out (*/#) and pan view (8), and the text shrinks to fit the screen. Overall, we are very happy with this element of the phone.
1. hargs48 (unregistered) posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:55 1 0
This is most a impressive S60 V3 phone with Feature Pack 2,the price is also very keen,the looks might not be to everyones taste,but the hardware spec vs price cannot be beaten...
2. Simdes (unregistered) posted on 02 Sep 2008, 03:58 0 0
Although I am not fond of Symbian, I completely agree that the phone is awesome. And price tag is unbalanced, in the good way! :)
3. 3lmo (unregistered) posted on 04 Oct 2010, 05:26 0 0
I agree with hargs48 qand Simdes. This is one of the *BEST* Symbian S30 phones for its price. I mean, come on, where i'm from, it now costs (USD) $54. For 54 bucks, i get a quality music player, web browser, good call quality AND i can play games like Quake 2 and 3 (PC games ported to Symbian) WITHOUT lag. For 54 bucks. I've been holding onto this for over 2 and a 1/2 years now. When I got it for free with my original phone plan, i thought it would suck. I'm still using it, coz its so FRIGGIN AWESOME!!