Nokia’s much-awaited touchscreen phone is finally launched in India. The much speculated and talked about phone — Nokia 5800 XpressMusic — is touted as the company’s answer to Apple iPhone.The phone will also feature Nokia’s Comes With Music service, which challenges Apple Inc’s dominance in the digital music market.
Measuring 111 x 51.7 x 15.5 mm, the Nokia 5800 weighs 109 grams. Positioned as a music phone, the phone will be available in black, red, and blue variants.
The battery life is reportedly as much as nine hours (GSM) or five hours (HSDPA), 35 hours for music playback or three hours of video. The company claims that the standby time is up to 17 days.