Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition

Our Price: $97

We’ve featured the Nokia 5800 here before, the brilliant Xpressmusic edition that was geared towards audiophiles, but now Nokia have brought out the excellent Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition. It’s the same great phone with all the connectivity and multimedia features of the Nokia 5800, except this version is GPS centric.

Nokia have preloaded this great handset with maps of the U.S. and Nokia's Ovi Maps software, which opens up a whole new set of mapping features such as 3D landmarks, terrain maps, weather service, traffic warnings and more. Nokia have also added a lifetime subscription to their Drive and Walk navigation license which gives you both walking and driving directions. What makes this edition of the Nokia 5800 even better though is that Nokia include a cool looking stand and car charger that allow you to easily use the phone as an in-car SatNav unit.

The Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition is a great alternative to a SatNav whilst still being a great multimedia handset with a 3.5mm headphone jack and loudspeaker. It’s a phone that has strong signal, excellent call quality, and a long battery life. It also has a brilliant 3.2megpixel camera with flash. The other great thing about this phone is that it’s quadband, so you can take it with you anywhere as any international sim will work with it, take it on holidays and never get lost in a foreign city again!

Buy an unlocked Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition here today and you’ll be navigating your way to happiness and may never get lost again.

The Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition is a versatile GPS enabled handset with great multimedia features and some excellent car accessories that come in the box. Great for using while on the roads and then jumping out and navigating the streets too.

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Last updated: Sunday, January 19, 2020

Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition Reviews (3)

  1. April 7, 2011 by Martin

    Nokia 5800 Xpress music is Nokia’s first attempt to produce affordable touchscreen phones. After Apple launched iPhone and it became so popular, Nokia had to make some response and Nokia 5800 was the answer. Even though Nokia 5800 is not as popular or functional as iPhone, it is a very good phone. It has great multitasking and even though this is a mid-range phone, Nokia filled this phone with top end features. I still have this phone and I love it.

    Pros: touchscreen, camera, multitasking
    Cons: games, apps, operating system

  2. April 7, 2011 by Harry


    Nokia 5800 is a really nice phone. It has a great camera; it has dual flash which allows me to take photos even in dark lighting conditions. I love the touchscreen; it is crisp, bright and very responsive. The lack of a keypad is kind of annoying and I am still not good with typing on the glass. The battery life and the call quality are much better than I expected it would be.

    Pros: battery life, call quality, voice navigation
    Cons: no quality games, touchscreen quality is low, slow.

  3. April 7, 2011 by Ben


    I don’t like this phone. I have used iPhone for a while and after using iPhone you really cannot use any other phone and ‘not’ find faults and shortcomings in it. The touchscreen is of mediocre quality. The phone is very slow and almost comes to a stop when navigation the menu. There are no quality apps or games for this phone. None of the social networking services have made apps for the Symbian platform .

    Pros: cost, music quality, battery life
    Cons: no apps or games, slow, bad touchscreen

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