It’s hip to be square if you happen to be the Nokia X5. It plugs part of the gap between the Nokia X3 and Nokia X6, and it certainly does it in style. You may be reminded of the good old MiniDisc player in its visual stylings and the musical connection is definitely correct when it comes to this device’s specialisms. The Nokia X5 features excellent sound quality, dedicated music keys and includes Ovi Music and Comes with Music in some regions. It’s not a one-trick-pony though. There’s a full QWERTY keyboard ready for some IM and webmail action and the camera offers 5 megapixels, 4X digital zoom and an LED flash. Onboard memory comes in at a modest 200MB, but there’s a 2GB Micro-SD card included, which can be upgraded up to 32GB. You’ll need some juice to power all those features and the X5 doesn’t disappoint. The battery life comes in at an impressive 16-days standby time or 24 hours music playback from a full charge.
Nokia X 5 New Mobile review