This is my 2nd post about the new 5800 touchscreen music phone from Nokia.
Let’s talk about one of the accessories that comes with the 5800.
It’s a hard case, that feels a bit rubberish… not quite sure of the material used but I just love the look of it.
Here’s a closer look at it. As you can see, the tiny holes allows us to catch a quick glimpse of the screen so if there’s a notification of any sort, we will get to see it.
The 5800 comes with 2 games.
It’s a 3d version of the famous bouce game from Nokia. In this game, you control the movement of the rubber ball by sliding your fingers across the screen. Slide up to move the ball forward, slide down for backwards, slide left to turn left and slide right to turn right. Double click and you can make it jump… very useful when you need to jump across moving platforms.
Grand Raging Thunder
Note: This is not a screenshot of the version from 5800. This is a racing game that is controlled by tilting the phoen left and right, utilising the built in accelerometer. Watch the video below to see hwo this game is played on the 5800 XpressMusic.
Prefer to watch it on Youtube? Click here.
One more thing I have to tell you… N-Gage is not supported in this device. So if you are an N-gage player, then think if you really wanna get this 5800 ok.
NEXT UP!!! Nokia 5800 input methods.