Reminiscent of the famous XpressMusic series from 2007, the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio is a mobile phone without too many smart features, but with wireless headphones included.
Framed in the feature phone category, the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio could find its niche of buyers among those who still listen to FM radio and MP3s stored on microSD card, possibly reluctant to concepts like smartphone, internet and cloud-provided music services.
Small and light enough to fit comfortably in your pocket, the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio could also be a cheaper alternative to the latest Sony Walkman, or other media players that don’t come bundled with a mobile phone function.
Like other mobile phones with basic functionality, the Nokia 5710 XpressAudio comes with a 2.6-inch Quad VGA display (320×240 pixels), 48MB RAM and 128MB internal storage, expandable up to 32GB by attaching a microSD card.
Priced at an unspecified price, the Nokia 5710 with the traditional candybar format and T9 keyboard, its main feature being the cover on the back, whose slide down reveals the wireless headset emblazoned with the Nokia logo. Unlike similar accessories that come with their own carrying case, the earphones charge directly from the phone’s battery and are carried with the phone. That means you’ll never forget them at home, and the battery life through successive charges is directly proportional to that of your mobile phone, itself a device with less demanding hardware that should last for days without the worry of an AC adapter.