Nokia 5730 Slides Into Reality – Packs QWERTY

Nokia has just announced the 5730, a side sliding Xpress Music device which closely resembles the recently announced E75 as far as the form factor goes. It is also the first time that QWERTY is coming to the Xpress Music range. The handset runs on S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 2, and packs a 3.2 megapixel camera, WiFi and GPS. Also onboard is the “Say and Play” feature first introduced in the Nokia 5320.

Nokia 5730 Slides Into Reality - Packs QWERTY

The handset is aimed at the younger generation with music and text/email being its major abilities. It will hit stores in the next few months at a price of about EUR 280. Full specifications inside.



Nokia 5730


8 thoughts on “Nokia 5730 Slides Into Reality – Packs QWERTY”

  1. WHY the 3.2 megapixels???
    the N95 came out in 2006.
    Shouldn’t 5mp be the standard by now? its THREE years.

  2. When will it be released in the US? Will it come with Verizon, at&t, T-mobile, or what? How much will it be?

  3. Yeah, XpressMusic phones are mid-end handsets. Not high-end N-Series handsets. That is why they will always have worse cameras. Not just from a megapixels point of view either. The sensor and aperture in XpressMusic handsets is also worse. At its price point though you can hardly complain, given the other features you’re getting.

  4. i need help i have a 5730 i want to put animated wallpares but i cnt .
    d flash lite v3 but it wont install as it says it already exists pls give me a soln!!

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