Friday, October 23, 2009

Nokia 5500 Cell Phones

This model combines with the passion and spirit of sports with the latest in mobile communications. It's an ideal companion for an active, urban lifestyle. Nokia 5500 uses the third edition of the Nokia Series 60 user-interface (S60v3) and version 9.1 of the symbian operating system and is the smallest nokia series 60 based phone.

It is not binary compatible with software compiled for earlier versions of the Symbian operating system. It contains general features as other cell phones have like contacts, messaging, calendar, and gallery applications, the Nokia 5500 also includes a view-only office Suite and PDF Viewer. It is important to highlight the fact that this algorithm works on S60 smart phones as well as S40 models, such as Nokia 6230i.

The Nokia 5500 sport is a stainless steel casing which is grey in colour and is shock, dust and water resistant and is designed to match a user with an active lifestyle and comes with unique sporting features. It is easy to carry with the user at all times because weighs 103 grams and measures 107 x 45 x 18 mm. The phone comes with swap keys which allow the user to easily switch between features such as music, phone and sports modes and has a TFT type screen which displays 262k colours with a 208 x 208 pixel screen resolution.

Basically this model is built for all conditions, the durable Nokia 5500 is shock, water, and dust resistant. The phone comes with an integrated music player which can play music in MP3, AMP, AAC, eAAC+ and WMA music formats. The phone comes with a stereo headset included in the kit so that the user can experience a personal listening experience. The phone comes with a built in FM radio and RealPlayer which is a media player to either play, download or stream music and video. The customer who already acquired Nokia 3250 come to known that Nokia 5500 has a identical musical part.

The Nokia 5500 comes with a 2 mega pixel camera with a 4 x digital zoom to capture every shot in true detail which include a self timer feature and advanced modes which can take the photo in either still, burst or video mode. The user can adjust the brightness, quality of each photo and take shots at night. This model is useful to play anytime, anywhere. The Nokia 5500 sports tracking user interface monitors exercise and displays training data, speed and distance, steps taken, and calories burned.

Whether using the handset itself, its loudspeaker or a Bluetooth headset, calling with the 5500 Sport is an enjoyable experience courtesy of Nokia's usual excellence a dio quality and signal reception. The Nokia 5500 is the first truly durable and portable smartphone, but the durability brings certain restrictions with it. If the Nokia E61 is a Limousine and the Nokia N93 is a Ferrari, the 5500 is a Range Rover.

Nokia 5500 still favours ruggedness over features which is evident from its mid-range set of capabilities. Its call handling is excellent, while messaging performance isn't ideal due to issues with the keypad and a cramped screen. This model has an excellent software it contains a MP3 and MPEG1 multimedia player and several PIM applications (with address book, calendar, calculator, text editor, to do list and clock with a built-in stopwatch), a POP3/IMAP4/SMTP-capable email client, an Internet browser (displaying pages in HTML format), and the operating system is equipped with handwriting recognition and an on-screen keyboard feature are very good.

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