Nokia 5800 XpressMusic available at U.S. flagship stores for $350

There should be no waiting involved for the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic if you are living in or are near Chicago and the Nokia flagship store. Why? Because reports have been coming out regarding the availability of that certain touch-enabled S60 handset, for a price that’s a lot lower than what we’ve come to expect.

We’re told the European version of the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is now available from the Chicago flagship store, with the branch in New York scheduled to get their own sale units starting today. The sad part is, these units don’t have North American 3G, but at least they’re going for fairy cheap — $349.99.

But although these early Nokia 5800 XpressMusic units don’t have U.S. 3G, at least they come with a U.S. warranty. And the price is nearly irresistible.

The Chicago flagship store’s currently got only the blue model in stock, with no word on whether they’re going to stock up again on units when they finally run out or not. Take advantage of their offer now and prove that you’re a real early adopter.

Via Symbian-Guru

Author: David Gonzales

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  • Kuda

    Chicago flagship is running low on stock, so you better get them before they are totally gone!!!!!

  • Mia

    chicago store out of blue only red for now…02/02/2009 still European version but with US warranty

  • tomcat

    I've bought Euro phones in the past, such as a Euro E90, that Nokia serviced without issue through PALCO in the US. Not sure what all this “US Warranty” business is. As long as it is a genuine phone, they've helped me. Of course, maybe I was lucky as well. Has anyone heard a release date for the NAM version of the 5800, though? It must be right around the corner.

  • tomcat

    I've bought Euro phones in the past, such as a Euro E90, that Nokia serviced without issue through PALCO in the US. Not sure what all this “US Warranty” business is. As long as it is a genuine phone, they've helped me. Of course, maybe I was lucky as well. Has anyone heard a release date for the NAM version of the 5800, though? It must be right around the corner.