Nokia unveiled their company’s first touch-screen phone, the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, it is known as the Nokia Tube. The 5800 runs Symbian’s Series 60 OS, which Nokia says it has modified to make the software more user friendly
Nokia Tube has a 3.2-inch haptic touch-screen, 3.2-megapixel AF camera with dual-LED flash, VGA front camera, A-GPS, HDSPA, up to 16GB of storage via microSD and some loud speakers.
Nokia Tube has a ‘contacts bar’ that shows images of frequently contacted friends. Those friends can be sent text messages directly from the home screen. Also, feeds can be assigned to those friends that will alert the device’s user to new content on social-networking sites. It also has a drop-down media bar that gives one-touch access to music, photos, video or the internet.
Tube will feature the Nokia’s Comes with Music bundle, which will allow users to freely download an unlimited number of songs from Nokia’s Music Store over a year after the initial purchase.
The Nokia tube can be used with any GSM operator in the world.