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    Nokia and T-Mobile announce the 5320 Nuron

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    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?

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    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.

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    It's great for the non high end users. For more detailed specs, go HERE
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    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.
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