The first Nokia handset equipped with a touch-sensitive screen, the 5800 XpressMusic
, has been quite a success since its release. Now the manufacturer has decided it´s about time a version tailored to people who tend to have difficulties finding their way around rolled out. The Navigation Edition will be decked out in a new, gray attire and the manufacturer throws a life-long free navigational license into the deal. The license itself will be valid for the region you buy the phone
in and fully functional for both drivers and walkers alike. The handset will come equipped with the latest version of Ovi Maps
and the box will also contain a car charger
and kit, so you can turn the phone into a shiny GPS navigator in a snap. As for the other specs of the new version, nothing has been changed.
The Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition is expected to roll out in Q4 at a price of 285 EUR before VAT. So, what do you think? Do you find the offer appealing?
source: Nokia Converstaions
The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic comes with life-long navigation