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Nokia 5030 XpressMusic Phone - Price,Features

12 March 2009 11


Nokia 5030

The new Nokia 5030 XpressMusic is an entry-level  a candy bar phone with a crazy speaker on the back, an integrated FM transmitter and no camera.Nokia 5030 is the company's first phone with an internal FM radio antenna, which eliminates the need for a headset or external speakers. The one touch FM radio and channel selection keys on the side of the device ensure the product lives up to its XpressRadio name.

The new Nokia 5030 XpressMusic features:

  • Operating frequency
    • EGSM 900/1800
    • GSM 850/1900
  • Size
    • Form: Classic
    • Dimensions: 107.7 x 44.6 x 14.55 mm
    • Weight: 82 g
    • Volume: 62 cc
  • Display and 3D
    • Screen Size: 1.8"
    • Resolution: 128 x 160 pixels (TFT)
    • Up to 65k colours
    • TFT
  • Keys and input method
    • Numeric keypad
    • Dedicated FM radio and channel selection keys
  • Colours
    • Red
    • Graphite
  • Connectors
    • 2.5 mm Nokia AV connector
    • Easy flash connector
  • Music and audio playback
    • Dedicated radio and channel selection keys
    • FM radio with internal antenna
    • Radio as alarm clock sound
    • 2.5 mm Nokia AV connector
    • Ringtones: 32- polyphonic ringtones and MP3-grade ringtones (built-in)
  • Memory
    • 64/16kb combo
  • Power
    • BL-5C 1020 mAh Li-Ion battery
    • Talk time (maximum) - GSM 10 h 15 min


Nokia 5030 Price

Nokia 5030 Price in India : The new Nokia 5030 XpressMusic price in India is unavailble .


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