NEW: Nokia 5800 Tube XpressMedia Hands on Video Review & Specifications

New in today is a brand new video of the Nokia Tube. Everybody is talking about the new Nokia 5800 Tube XpressMedia mobile phone which I like to call the Nokia iPhone, the Nokia Tube or even called the Nokia 5800 XpressMedia sports many features that we believe you will love.

The Nokia Tube will feature a 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus, 3.2-inch touchscreen display with 16 Million colors which ok is a little smaller than the iPhone but still good, there will be quad-band (850/900/1800/1900Mhz) GSM/EDGE radio with 3G UMTS/HSDPA, TV-out port, Bluetooth 2.0, GPS and the what everyone wants on their mobile phones WiFi, it will also have 3.5mm headphone jack, support for geo-tagging of pictures. Just to remind you, please watch the video below for an in depth look into the world of the Nokia Tube.

Apparently this phone should be around at the end of the 2008 so brace yourselves, other features on the Nokia 5800 Tube XpressMedia include Tactile Feedback, High resolution 16:9 touchscreen range between 3″ to 3.5″, 140MB on-board storage, 111 x 52 x 14.5 mm, 104g and First device powered with S60 touch.



30 thoughts on “NEW: Nokia 5800 Tube XpressMedia Hands on Video Review & Specifications”

  1. funkyfraiser says:

    The Nokia 5800 or the Nokia Tube, might have made an appearance in the movie Dark Knight, in the scene where Morgan Freeman hands over a phone to Christina Bale saying it is SONAR device which sends out a sound pulse and maps the area. In theater, I could read the words Nokia on it, and its about the same size as pictures above. That could be the phone.

  2. Shayan says:

    No Nokia N98 was used in darknight which is another touchscreen phone that will be released by Nokia soon, hence Nokia will become the market leader in touch phones, its just a matter of time. BTW does any one know when 5800 will be released in UAE and Middle east?

  3. James says:

    Only had mine for a couple of days but what can I say… fantastic. I was going off Nokias and have looked at most of the touch screen phones available. In my opinion, this is the best one on the market.

  4. hi. I currently have the iphone but Im lookiing for a new phone and came across this phone which looks really good but I was wondering if the touch screen it has is any good. Does anyone know?

  5. Simpson Bulamu says:

    have tested nokia’s Bluetooth and I don’t think its

    really that good I use a Sony Wireless DR-BT20NX and I when I use this

    with any other phone close enough (phone is in my pocket and I am

    wearing the wireless Bluetooth) there no problems at all for the transmission

    of music but nokia 5800 stops most times in the middle of the track for

    about 5 seconds then resumes changing the bpms of the song

    (here the track goes faster than before)

    And this is close enough but some phones I have used with this

    gadget (Sony Wireless DR-BT20NX) at a long distances (5meters)

    don’t find any problem

    Could they give us a reason as to why does this happen

  6. willo says:

    A bit disappointing phone.
    Music Xpress! right. Before you try connecting it to your computer and trying to load your favourate tunes…
    It becomes evident straight away that NOKIA have put so much in a phone, gave it a great name and did not bother at all to build a half decent software.
    – The phone does not come with its own drivers for many operating system! NOKIA have depended on Microsoft to build drivers and depends alot on MS media player Ver 10.
    I am a computer expert but to took me a good 10hrs to get it properly work on my XPsp2 until I downloaded MTP kit from microsoft and downgraded my windows media player to version 10.
    Even after doing all that,
    when you connect the phone, you need to select on the phone how you want to link it to your PC (choices: PC suite, Mass storage, Image transfer, Media transfer!!) Madness!! It is not obvious where to put the music! NOKIA have used ./sounds/digital for music location. One would expect to see a directory named something like ‘music’ but it does not exist!
    And after you have put your music on, It is not easy to work out how you put your music in a playlist!
    – The phone is a bit slow!
    – the phone only plays only afew video and audio formats! I this day an age music devices should be able to play all or a decent number of formats..
    I found that I could not play almost 70% of my music and video, because the NOKIA do not provide software that can convert to their standard formats!

    The phone is ok, I like bits of it, like ability to play videos through the TV & others But It still has a long way to go.

  7. vineeth says:

    can v play .wmv, .avi, video formats in this phone?? also, i hope the videos recorded by this phone would be of .3gp format!!!! pls reply…

  8. Jess says:

    Can Anyone tell me what WiFi is?
    when i try to watch a video on iplayer on the Nokia 5800 its says ‘Please switch to WiFi’
    How do you do that ? Please help.Thankz!

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