The week that precedes Mobile World Congress 2009 is always full of neat handset launches and announcements, so if Samsung and Sony Ericsson can have a go at these, why shouldn’t Nokia do it too? Enter Nokia 5630 XpressMusic, a sibling to Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, that’s more than the average music phone.



This is a Series 60 device that’s also known as the slimmest N-Gage supporting device, just 12mm thin. 5630 XpressMusic features the Comes with Music and Share on Ovi services, a 4 GB microSD card (bundled) and track vocal recognition (say and play feature – you say the artist’s or track’s name and the phone plays it).

Nokia 5630 also features a 3.5 mm headphone connector, FM radio (plus Internet radio) and stereo Bluetooth, but it also brings HSDPA connectivity to the features list, N-Gage gaming (as mentioned above) and a widget-based interface. The phone’s 3.2 megapixel camera is not to be neglected, as it comes with dual LED flash, 4x zoom and video recording.

Nokia 5630 will be available in Q2 at a price of 199 Euros (before taxes and subsidies).



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