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Nokia and T-Mobile announce the 5320 Nuron
After rearing its ugly head on a leaked T-Mobile pricing sheet a few days ago, the Nokia 5320 Nuron has gotten the official nod from both Nokia and T-Mobile. For those that are dying to find out what $69.99 will buy you, here are all the details on this classic handset:
- Classic candybar form factor
- 3.2 inch touchscreen display at 16:9 640×360 resolution
- GSM/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900
- WCDMA 1700/2100
- 2 megapixel camera with 3X digital zoom and video recording
- Bluetooth 2.0
- aGPS and Ovi maps with turn by turn directions and maps for US, Canada, and Mexico
- Ovi Store pre-installed
- MicroSD expansion (up to 16GB)
- 3.5mm headphone jack
- Accelerometer and proximity sensor
- White on White color with changeable colored battery covers
The Nokia Nuron will hit the shelves of T-Mobile in the upcoming weeks with an exact date yet to be determined. Though pricing details were not confirmed, a previous leak suggests the Nokia Nuron will be ultra-affordable, coming in at a mere $69.99 after rebate with a two year agreement or $179 for those that prefer to go contract-free. Any potential buyers lured by the promise of free Ovi Maps turn-by turn navigation at a sub $200 price tag?
Article by BGR
UPDATE: It's confirmed that the Nuron will go for $69.99 w/contract and retail at $179.99, a price that is quite mind blowing when you consider the fact it’s running S60 5th Edition. The Nuron will be released on March 24th.
It's great for the non high end users. For more detailed specs, go HERE
Last edited by pdxmatts; 03-17-2010 at 03:46 AM.
Not a bad looking device, hardware wise, for those wanting a solid entry-level smartphone. Especially at that price. I have to agree though that it doesn't appear to be the most attractive device however. Then again, I'm never a fan of solid white devices.