The North American version of Nokia 5800 XpressMusic has been finally launched in the US, more than two months after its European version was made available via Nokia’s flagship stores in Chicago and New York.
The NAM 5800 obviously comes with support for US 3G bands, and, as of today, it can be purchased for the retail price of $399, before taxes and subsidies. You can find it in Nokia’s flagship stores, as well as online and via various retailers and e-tailers.
For a limited period of time, Nokia is offering the handset with one month of free turn-by-turn voice guided navigation via Ovi Maps, plus a $50 voucher for Amazon Video on Demand (so you can download movies and TV titles).
The features of Nokia 5800 XpressMusic are known since, like, forever, but in case you need to check ‘em out, they’re here.
Hopefully, the 5800 XM units sold in the US are not affected by that speaker problem reported yesterday – we’ve sent an inquiry to Nokia regarding the matter but haven’t received an answer yet.
Via Press release
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