Speculations arise as talk of Nokia Tube’s unveiling is rumored to take place on 2 October 2008, in London. Although we can’t say that this is true, we can only hope that it is, as we are dying to know more about Nokia’s first touchscreen phone. Yes, it’s true, Apple may have started the trend and slowly but surely, all manufacturers are following hot on their heals.
Although many phones have surfaced with similarities to the iPhone, the Nokia Tube is said to be the closest competitor (So we are anxious to see if this is indeed true)

The Nokia Tube will be an S60 variety phone which will boast a 640 x 360 touchscreen. It will also include Wi-Fi and GPS capability and is rumored to have 3G too. The 3.2 megapixel camera should take some beautifully crisp images which you will then be able to Bluetooth to one of your closest friends (Or save to your MicroSD card!)
Although no pricing structures, for the Nokia Tube, have been discussed as yet, we have heard (yet again through the proverbial grapevine) that it should enter the market at a reasonable price and be one of the cheaper touchscreen varieties to be sold.
This is good news for Nokia lovers as well as all those who like the concept of touchscreen varieties but haven’t had the money to afford one yet – The Nokia Tube is your answer!

After a great deal of speculation, Nokia have officially detailed their new Nokia N5800 XpressMusic touchscreen cell phone – known as the Nokia Tube. Boasting a 3.2” 640×360 nHD resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio widescreen touchscreen display complete with tactile feedback, the Nokia Tube N5800 XpressMusic cell phone – which measures in at 111×51.7×15.5mm - comes with integrated 3.2 megapixel camera (complete with Carl Zeiss lens, autofocus, dual LED flash, 3x digital zoom and video capture capabilities up to 640×480 at 30fps) paired with a front mounted secondary camera allowing for video calling, an Alphanumeric and QWERTY keyboard (courtesy of the touchscreen) paired with handwriting recognition and, a ‘Dedicated Media Bar’ allowing for prompt access to the N5800’s image, video, music and web browsing features.

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