Nokia 5228 – An Affordable Yet Trendy Handset

The Nokia 5228 is a stunning looking touch screen smartphone that is functional with support of Symbian operating system and ARM 11 434 MHz processor.
External Appearance at a Glance
This smartphone is carrying all the features of a smart mobile phone at an affordable price. The body of this handset is 111 mm long, 51 mm wide and only 14 mm thick. 113 grams heavy Nokia 5228 is developed with a big 3.2 inches TFT resistive touch screen of 360 x 640 pixels resolution that is capable to reproduce 16 Million colors to recognize an object. Furthermore, this touch screen is advanced with the facilities of Proximity and Accelerometer sensors along with handwriting recognition option. Over and above, the handset comes in a stylish casing that has either black or white front part with various back covers.
Freeze the Moment
The Nokia 5228 has the power to lock moments with its exact ambience by virtue of its embedded 2 MP camera having potential to capture still images and moving video footages too. It can shoot videos in 640 x 360 pixels resolution at the rate of 30fps whereas is able to deliver still pictures up to 1600 x 1200 pixels resolution.
Connecting Device
Connectivity is provided through a variety of means that involves class 32 versions of GPRS and EDGE in grouping with Bluetooth and USB port technologies of 2.0 versions. Plus, the Nokia 5228 supports WAP 2.0 internet browser with RSS feeds to get friendly with the websites encoding in HTML & XHTML languages.
Glittering Features
The users of the Nokia 5228 can enjoy viewing and listening to music on the great formats of its audio and video players. The other alluring features embedded with the handset are Organizer, Photo editor, Flash Lite 3.0 and Voice memo/dial options. The Nokia 5228 is built with 128 MB RAM and 70 MB internal storage capacity that is to be extended up to 16 GB with the support of an integrated MicroSDA� memory card slot. Moreover, its standard battery gives excellent talk time of up to 7 hours when completely charged.