well im sorry dani but at least these phones are actualyl good for music as opposed to your useless walkman phones.
Well il Agree...this 5320 is abit More MATCHO compared to the old XpressMusic Range.
the old xpress music phones(the 5200,5300,5700) lo0ked very cheap and ugly the new 1s (5310,5320) lo0k more mutcher
i have had se w810 then i got 5500 (the black and silver) music edtion(the music player was realy bad but wasnt made to be a music phone)
so i got the 5310 i realy just wanted a thin phone that had a gr8 mp3 player
so i ges this wil be mxiture of my 5310 and my my 5500 (with a bit of n81 in the mix jurt the gaming part)
so i want the 5320 next year
and eny way N-seresy is exspesive (exsept if its realy old )
Yes! This is really my next phone! I have seen a photo of this phone showing its back panel and i have seen a "DUAL" LED flash beside the camera lens. So i guess it's just enough for me.. Actually, i am eyeing for the N81 but i didn't like its rigid and hard to press keypad. So i guess i'll just have to wait for this 5320 Xpress Music. I just hope that it will be available on December (my birth month) because usually, Nokia releases their phones late here in the Philippines(to be specific, in Cebu) and i will buy this phone as a birthday gift for myself.
Thats sad...im not allowed to have an N-Series Phone LOL
iv seen so many kids with N-Series Phones.
so forget 40 Year olds!
these XpressMusic Phone look like kids Toys, thats the only bad thing about them and thats why i dont like them
If you want a Good Camera and Big Screen then get the N73 otherwise rather get 5320-XM, it has a lot more to offer.
I m planning to buy this Mobile (Nokia 5320 XpressMusic.
But i have confusion... I like both Nokia 5320 XpressMusic & Nokia N73 Music edition...
which one mobile should i have to buy... can any one tell me...
the nokia XpressMusic
are 4 14 to 26
the N-seres is 4 20 to 40
the E-seres is 4 30 year olds to 50
is there a RAM for this phone? i mean like 5700 that has a 48.5 MB of RAM(it shud be 64Mb, Unfortunately i don't know why they didn't put the right amount of RAM there, as well as its proc w/c shud be 369 MHz but truth is it only has 192 MHz proc..sad..)
this is a good choice, updated symbian version, updated features althou yeah it still lacks some features that you'd want in a Handy Phone, but its a music phone anyways, they didn't release it saying this a camera phone, so if i'd want clearer crisper photos i'd go for a digicam..it supports 8GB microSDHC i suppose, a far cry from 5700 which only supports 2GB microSD althou some uses 4GB cards and still finds it convenient for them..and it looks sturdy as well..looking for a new unit after 5700.. ;-*
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This phone is a good take by Nokia, albeit some drawbacks.
I currently use a 5700 and I'm looking forward to getting a new phone once it reaches its' 12th month this June.
I was intending to get the N78 when it was announced February til this 5320 was announced this month. But it never changed my mind. Same thing with 5700, it has only 2 megapixel camera with no auto-focus. And I have confirmed that this only has a mono speaker. N78 has stereo speakers. 5320 has a low-life battery compared to N78 (only 890mAh?!)
But I want to make it clear that I'm just comparing these two handsets for myself, I'm not like others who just blatantly compare and express opinions without a proper base and judgment and end up miserable. : )
But as for me, the 5320 is a good buy. Latest Symbian platform, 3G/HSDPA, 3.5mm audio socket, etc.
I hope Nokia's latest music player application has new, cool features. Let's keep our fingers crossed.