Thanx a lot for that mate,im going to read the full review now. Im no suprised at Eldar's reaction to the 5320xm, it looks like a great performer and he has now proved that. I think SE should start taking tips from NOKIA on how to make a phone that does what it's meant to do properly.
That review was quite positive. According to the musical chart, the performance comes very close to the 5310. Not to mention that it can actually play music for 24 hours. Nice.
Did i see a statement saying it shall come with a 2gb card?
Thanks 4 the link. You have helped us a great deal in learning about this great device.
WOW! review of Nokia 5320 XpressMusic!
here r excerpts:
"..within its target price-bracket the 5320 will be an offering to reckon with, plus it’s ONE OF THE BEST performers when it comes TO PLAYING MUSIC"
"Ring tones sounded quite loud.."
"On balance, I couldn’t find anything to fault it on as far as overall look and feel goes"
"..buttons are somewhat crammed together, so it is a bit inconvenient to handle"
"All in all, Nokia has struck gold with the 5320 XpressMusic.."
according to their test, it lasted for 24 hours when u listen to music thru earphones
and yes, it has an 8-band equalizer - YAHOO =)
strangely, they found out dat 5320XM actually have 2 speakers (only placed on one place, at d bottom)
Very poor battery for a music phone
guys, just wait and be patient unl this one really surf at the market, pls stop cmplaining and make some rubbish comment.
Hey guyz... I juz came through this mobile.... Evrythng luks perfect..... But tell me this... How is the sound !!! Iz it as loud as 5700 & iz it clear ???
Plz users leave Ur commentzz....
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2008what???u say SE phones are nt worth their music?i had nokia 5310 but i had to sell it and buy... moreLol! That "RUBBISH" 'SensMe' feature is not at all useful! In fact, it's just a full joke and a misleading feature! Well how does it make sense by the way?? The SensMe feature is just great if you use the 'Media Manager' to copy the music files in your phone. If you don't use the 'Media Manager' to transfer the songs, then pity you! The SensMe system can't read those music files that haven't undergone to the Media Manager. So now tell me, how does the SensMe feature make sense? So frankly speaking, it's just purely a marketting gimmick by SE.
its nice phone but screen shold be large enough. speakers should also be placed in side. Any way its ok
necessary camera 5320 3.15 mp
Its okay but 2 inch screen only? i would need at least 3.2. Cause i loove big screens with touchscreen functionality ;X
speakers are not on side you dont have one so stop dreaming
i have one great phone, speakers on the side open your eyes mate!
this is very nice
it*s an Fantastic Smart phone.
Symbian 9.3"High Quality Sound"Its Thin"
But I have Question....Where Is the Speakers?
Any Body hve answer for this question?
actualy look how many features it has
symbian os and 3.5 mmjack ,, 3g 24 h mp3 play back its perfect for everybody or the , if you want 5 mp get n82 same consept
fantastically said dan!
The point of the matter is that NOKIA xpressmusic phones are the most music-oriented phones as compared to SE or other brands.
They have music-dedicated keys (SE take note), have proper sound quality, are simple and user-friendly, stable, have long battery lives and are affordable. One more thing to note is that most websites say that they have the best audio quality on the market.
The 5310 is currently the most affordable (and slimmest) of the latest music oriented phones, yet its audio performance is lovely and uncompromised. The 5610 and 5700 are on par because 5610 comes with a better camera and battery life, while 5700 comes with smart phone capabilities and lovely earphones.
The 5320 comes with 24 hrs of non-stop music, symbian OS, fast user interface, nokia say n play feature, navi-wheel, light weight for a smartphone, dedicated music n gamin keys, n-gage and a lot more goodies.
Personally, i dont see how it can get any better. Infact, anything better would fall into the n-series line.
I think its a perfect successor to the sweeping success of the 5310.