- Tristan François , Digital Versus
The 5530 has no great ambitions, however the phone functions are relatively well developed.
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Phone needs a little bit more work on the inside, as the interface is totally unattractive
A budget phone that doesn’t feel like a budget phone
One of the most capable phone out there
Very reminiscent of the 5800 in the terms of its overall design
Good for making calls and very easy to use
At the end of the day, the 5530 XpressMusic is a pretty good phone, with easy access, nice handling and low-cost. All this means choices have been made in terms of the functions and kit supplied, but the phone is pretty well adapted to a clientele that ain’t necessarily after the latest technology. Younger users, for example, who’ll be happy to use it to listen to music, take photos and change their status on Facebook: a young target group whose parents won’t be giving them a costly unlimited calls package. All the same, this phone is disappointing when it comes to music.... Full review
A winner by design
The Nokia 5530 XpressMusic certainly seems both well reasoned and reasonable. It is a clear attempt to bring the S60 5th edition to the hands of a larger audience, which in turn should motivate a bigger developer community, which in turn will make the platform appealing to an even wider user group, which in turn would make Nokia lots of money. But we digress. Considering the appeal of the handset, it sure looks an important step towards bringing the touch-enabled S60 to par with the more mature competitors.
In addition, the Nokia 5530 XpressMusic is welcome to fill a gap in the c... Full review
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