Review: Nokia 5230 Nuron
Nokia's Nuron brings S60 5th Edition to T-Mobile. For S60 and T-Mo lovers, it may be worth picking up. It offers solid phone, camera and music experiences, but lags the competition when it comes to messaging and social networking.
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The Nokia Nuron is an S60 5th Edition-based touchphone that's available from T-Mobile. There's been a significant lack of S60 phones from North American operators in recent months, so if S60 is your thing, the Nuron can fill the gap between now and when Symbian^3 devices begin to ship. It makes a few concessions when compared to its progenitor, the 5800 XpressMusic, in order to reach the sub-$100 price tag. Is it worth it?
Nokia's Nuron Transmits Itself to T-Mobile with Ovi On Board
Today Nokia and T-Mobile USA introduced the Nuron 5230, an S60 5th Edition touch phone that is the first to bring Ovi Maps with turn-by-turn directions to the U.S. The Nuron has quad-band GSM/EDGE and dual-band 1700/2100 3.6Mbps HSDPA radios, as well as Bluetooth 2.0+EDR and FM.
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