Nokia 5300: in the Heart of Mobile Music

By: Adam Caitlin

The Nokia 5300 is a part of Xpress Music family. The slider resemble Nokia 6111 but has a more vibrant outlook designed to appeal the younger lot of mobile user. The Nokia 5300 in many ways can be regarded as a formal strike back to Sony Ericsson's Walkman phones which was instrumental in popularizing the concept of music phones.

The Nokia 5300 is a compact slider with a funky design. The handset is available in red and grey with white as a common styling element. The standard HS-47 headphones supplied with the Nokia 5300 are white resembling the ones used in an iPod. In closed position, the 262k coloured QVGA display, navigation pad front, dedicated music control and camera hot-key in the side are visible from the front. Many functions can be accessed while the Nokia 5300 is still in closed position.

The Nokia 5300 has a high-quality stereo music player that supports MP3, Midi, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA formats. The Nokia AV connector lets you connect your preferred headphones to enjoy your tracks on the Nokia 5300. A2DP profile for Bluetooth wireless stereo headset is present too. 5 Mb of internal memory can easily be expanded by microSD memory card to make room for all your favourite tracks. You can tune in to your favourite radio station anytime you like with the Nokia 5300.

The Nokia 5300 has an integrated 1.3 megapixel camera with digital zoom and video recording ability. Instant shooting by the dedicated camera key and instant sharing via MMS, email or other means like Bluetooth, Infrared or USB makes it very easy to share sweet moments of your life with anyone, anywhere and anyway you prefer. Triband GSM mobile network support, EDGE, GPRS and HSDSC makes sure that you never have to look any further than the Nokia 5300 for all voice and many data services.

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