Nokia has come up with a new version of its former Xpressmusic handset Nokia 5800, and has named it 5800 Navigation Edition. The Navigation Edition’s “voice-guided” Drive and Walk route-finding adds SatNav to the 5800’s existing musical credentials.
Nokia announced the re-release of its popular 5800 XpressMusic touchscreen handset, but company is planning to replace the Comes With Music subscription offer with a lifetime voice-guided turn-by-turn navigation license to its Nokia Maps software. Nokia will include a car mounting kit and an in-car charger in the retail package.
The new Nokia phone has the ability to show 640×360 pixels with its 3-2-inch resistive touchscreen display. It is equipped with a 3.2-megapixel camera, stereo speakers and HSDPA connectivity. Color combination looks much better than previous sets. 5800 Navigation Edition, which has been scheduled for somewhere in the approaching few weeks, will cost approximately 285 Euros.