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The touchscreen 3G Nokia 5800, set to launch in North America later this month, will give the mobile world a pleasant surprise. This iPhone rival brings plenty of hardware goodies, but can it compete with Apple's crown jewel?
The 5800 will launch on February 26, and will be available in an unlocked version, which can be used on either AT&T's or T-Mobile's network, for $399. I've been using the Nokia 5800 as my primary phone for the past few days to see how well it performed--and how well it compares with my iPhone.
+ 3.2-megapixel camera with autofocus, dual-flash, and geotagging
+ VGA video recording at 30 frames per second, and TV out
+ Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, FM Radio with RDS, GPS, and USB 2.0
+ Accelerometer, proximity sensor
+ Nokia OVI integration
+ Rich retail package and relatively affordable price (for an unlocked phone)
- Immature and cumbersome user interface
- Not the best touchscreen sensitivity
- Unpolished web browser
- Limited third-party apps availability
- Separate charger/syncing ports
- Additional paid license needed for voice-guided GPS navigation
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