Nokia 5300: Truly a Music Phone

By: Alice Erin

Nokia introduced the sporty phone in the market with Xpressmusic features. The handset is endowed with great multimedia features and other latest technologies. The phone design is very differenttwo colour combination that gives the phone a sporty look. It has a soft keypad which gives a rubbery feel. The slide open phone is packed with digital camera, music player, FM radio, Internet, Bluetooth and lots more.

This music phone is absolutely brilliant and comes with great music featuresrocks the music on the go. The Nokia 5300 is loaded with music player that supports several file formats such as MP3, AAC, AAC+, etc. The dedicated music button allows you to play the music in a single click. Listen to your favourite song and refresh your mind. What else, the handset also comes with a FM radio, choose your favourite radio station and enjoy music wherever you go.

The MicroSD memory card allows to expand the memory of your phone up to 2GB. Therefore, there is no restriction in downloading documents, music tracks and imagesmore download more fun. It allows you to save up to 1500 songs. The phone has a good battery backup23 hours of standby and 12 hours of music playback.

The Nokia 5300 provides a 2" (inch) wide screen with up to 262k colours and QGVA TFT displayget digital experience. Capture the special moments on the wide screen using a 1.3 mega-pixel camera. Get more closer with 8x digital zoom and capture the moment on the go. Take photos in different modes like portrait and landscape mode and enjoy shooting.

Connect and share files using Bluetooth technology. This new wireless technology allows your phone to connect any compatible devices without using a wire. You can enjoy Internet on XHTML platform and keep you updated with the latest news. The tri-band phone allows you to stay connected anytime-anywhere.

With many other features, the Nokia 5300 is a good music phone. Enjoy great music on the go.
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