Nokia has made available the long-awaited 5800 XpressMusic handset in the US a couple of days ago, after turning it into a hit in Europe. The first touchscreen Nokia music phone packs 8GB of internal memory, a graphic equalizer, support for all music formats and a 3.5mm jack.


There’s also a 3.2 inches widescreen display on board and a 3.2 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss lens and video recording support.


Nokia 5800 XpressMusic is sold for $399, before taxes and subsidies in the United States and you’ll find it in Nokia Flagship stores in New York, Chicago, but also on and via retailers and e-tailers. There’s also a limited time offer that bundles the phone with a $50 voucher for Amazon Video on Demand plus one month of free turn-by-turn voice guided navigation through Ovi Maps.


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