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>> Hi, I'm Kent German, Senior Editor at CNET.com. I'm here at the GSMA World Congress in Barcelona at the Nokia Booth to show you the Nokia 5630. This is one of their newest XpressMusic phones. The display is pretty good for the size of the phone. It might be a little small for looking at maybe music tracks and things like that, but otherwise, it's not too bad. The keypads are plastic, that make it a tiny bit cheap. I didn't have any immediate problems texting or dialing, but I'd be a little worried about its long term durability. There is a volume rocker here on this side and you can see a dedicated music controls right here. It is a 3.2-megapixel camera. It's a little hard to show you on this phone, but you can see there's camera lens and a flash. Otherwise, has Bluetooth, organizer features, messaging and e-mail, pretty much what you would expect from music phone. I'm Kent German with the Nokia XpressMusic 5630.
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