Could this be the Nokia 5900 XpressMusic?

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Could this be the Nokia 5900 XpressMusic?
Do you like the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic? If yes, here is something that will surely be of interest to you. A number of pictures reveal what is said to be the Nokia 5900 XpressMusic. While we´d rather not jump to conclusions, we have to admit that the images look credible. The phone appears to be thinner than the 5800 and the word is it will feature a larger 3.5-inch touch-sensitive screen, along with a 3.5mm jack and a 5-megapixel camera. The source also claims the operating system remains the same as on the previous phone – Symbian S60 5th Edition.

Mind you that another webpage refers to the device as the Nokia 5530 XpressMusic and not as the successor of the highly acclaimed Nokia 5800 XpressMusic. This source also talks about a 2.9-inch display and the same old 3.2-megapixel camera.

To make things even more complicated, we need to say that these images may be revealing yet another ingenious Chinese knock-off. Post your thoughts or comments below. *Update*: As our reader mbelm64693 points out, the T-FLASH label on thememory card flap looks quite weird for a genuine Nokia device.

source: PConline (translated) and iDNES (translated)

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1. mbelm64693

Posts: 17; Member since: May 08, 2009

i say these are chinese knockoffs, in the middle picture on the bottom you can see the memory card slot and it clearly says "T-FLASH" on it. and we all know that nokia would never put that on the flap for the micro sd card since they really havent been called that since the days of 32 and 64mb cards

2. drewsky

Posts: 147; Member since: Jan 04, 2009

good eye man. I think its fake too.

3. illusionado unregistered

its a fake for me..coz i can see the design in front of the phone is so odd.that even a big space is not occupied.and the curve seems to tell me a bad work.

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