Nokia Releases New Update for 5800 XpressMusic

Users will be provided with an enhanced experience

By on March 30th, 2009 09:42 GMT
Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia announced today the release of a new software update for its flagship model Nokia 5800 XpressMusic. The new firmware is meant to provide further performance improvements and new functionalities to the handset, and it is already available for download on the Nokia Software Update website, free of charge, though data download fees might apply.

The new update the company announced is meant to enhance the overall user experience and among the improvements that it is able to provide to those who own a Nokia 5800 XpressMusic mobile phone we can count faster data downloads from the Internet and a leveraged email experience, as well as better search functionality with in-device search.

A lot of other features have been included in the new update, such as: a faster user interface and faster download times, new functionalities for the camcorder, like second camera support for still image capture along with video calls, a burst mode that will enable users to take multiple pictures one after another while eliminating the need to press the picture-taking button over and over.

Users will also be able to enjoy a new Mobile Dictionary, which includes text-to-speech technology, voice playback of words and support for 38 languages. At the same time, an Application Update has also been included with the device, allowing them to check for updates that are available for their applications, while also being able to perform the updates directly on the device. In addition, users can also set applications to automatically check for updates.

“The update includes great improvements in the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic. As mobile devices become more and more advanced, additional features and new functionalities are easy to install to the existing device. We recommend people to take advantage of the new features and upgrade their Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, and get more from their existing device,” said Soren Petersen, senior vice president, Devices, Nokia.

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