The eye-catching Nokia 5800 Xpress Music has an expansive touch screen with a simple icon-based menu interface. The only physical controls are Talk and End keys and a menu control. Read full review
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The 5800 has a trim profile. The right spine features a camera shutter and a volume rocker. The red ring also comes in gray and blue. Read full review
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The 5800 comes with a stylus. The gray version of the phone is pictured here. Read full review
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The 5800 has an accelerometer that will rotate the display's orientation automatically. The music player features album art and large controls. The tool shaped like a guitar pick is another included accessory, and we hope that the cool stand comes in the box as well. Read full review
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Thankfully the 5800 has a 3.5mm headset jack. A wired headset comes with the phone, but you can use a Bluetooth headset as well. The Contacts Bar interface is on the display. Read full review
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