If you’ve been missing some good-old-times Nokia leaks, here’s exactly what you need: plenty of info about a brand new, unannounced handset.
It’s the Nokia 5730 XpressMusic, which was already previewed in Russia, by Mobile-review, although Nokia mentioned absolutely nothing about it until now.
The 5730 is a combination between an Eseries smartphone and a regular XpressMusic handset, so it’s no wonder that it looks similar to the E75, of which we’ve heard last year.
The most interesting fact about the new 5730 is that it has a full sliding QWERTY keyboard. It’s said that the handset will be available for an affordable price (€220), which means that it will be a cheap alternative for devices like Xperia X1 or HTC Touch Pro.
Of course, cheaper also means fewer features. And speaking of them, here’s what Nokia 5730 XpressMusic has to offer:
A 2 inch display with 240 x 320 pixels and 16 million colors
GSM/EDGE connectivity (no 3G, apparently)
A 3.2 MP camera with Carl Zeiss lens, autofocus and flash
Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP
140MB of internal memory and an 8GB card
Up to 26 hours of music playback
Up to 4.55 hours of talk time
Up to 270 hours of standby time
Nokia 5730 XpressMusic should be officially announced this month, but it will only be available across Europe starting April.
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- Nokia exec reports 13 million 5800 XMs sold; he actually talked about the 5310 XM
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