First official photos of the Nokia Nuron 5230 gets leaked

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First official photos of the Nokia Nuron 5230 gets leaked
Just yesterday we reported news about the Nokia Nuron 5230 that shed light onto its marketing strategy towards the 20 to 40 year old range that are new to touchscreen phones. Now its official photos have been leaked – providing some much needed insight on what to expect from a design point of view. From the looks of it, the Nuron 5230 adopts most of the same design elements found on previous Nokia smartphones. Although it's rare to see any domestic wireless providers gobbling up a touchscreen Nokia phone, the Nuron 5230 XpressMusic is now expected to be a mid-entry phone with support for 3G HSDPA bands, aGPS that's compatible with Ovi Maps 3.0, 2-megapixel camera, and the Symbian platform. It's expected to arrive March 17 and is speculated to be offered in a range of colors – white being the definite one so far. Either way it's really nice to see T-Mobile go fetch a rarity with a Nokia touchscreen phone that's almost non-existent in the US market.

Nokia Nuron 5230 Preliminary Specifications

source: Cell Phone Signal


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3 Comments

1. JocularJester

Posts: 40; Member since: Oct 28, 2009

are all full touchscreen nokias called "xpressmusic"?

2. JocularJester

Posts: 40; Member since: Oct 28, 2009

i hope tmo doesnt try to charge too much for this phone as it can be bought unlocked, as reported by PA for an all time low price

3. corporateJP

Posts: 2458; Member since: Nov 28, 2009

I used to love Nokia's, but then they quit making usable phones for CDMA. Nice to see they still got game in the GSM playfield. The phones they have in Europe blow my mind.

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