Sample photos by Nokia 5800

We know that the 5800 XPM comes with a 3.2mpx Carl Zeiss optics with autofocus… but how does the camera perform? Is it capable of shooting nice photos?

Daily Mobile has come up with a few photos taken using the 5800.
Click on the individual photos to view the larger version(resized to 1024×768)

So what do you think?

  • ArunKarthik

    plenty good for a phone thats priced roughly around 400usd!! 😛

    • smashpop

      @ArunKarthik, cant wait rite ? 😛

  • tatotk

    I like this! Nokia Tube is perfect!!

    • ArunKarthik

      @tatotk, lack of a physical d-pad is the only thing that worries me about the phone. even if they skipped the keypad no probs but there should have been atleast a directional joystick or something.. its all touch and only touch.. i hope that does NOT turn out to be a problem.

      Other than that, PERFECT!
      few more things i discovered,
      -Apps can be closed by holding menu key, and holding onto the app icon which should be closed. A pop up menu comes up and close option is available!
      -All Uiq3 touchscreen java games are 100% touch compatible with the nokia tube and any other future s60v5!!!!!!

      Phone’s becoming a must buy!

      • tatotk

        @ArunKarthik, I have the little time a N82 and a Treo 650 has 3 years. E what more it is necessary me lack in the N82 is keyboard QWERTY and one touchscreen display. Whereas in Treo 650 it was a good camera with flash.
        I believe that with Nokia 5800 finally I will have everything this in an only device. It will be?
        ps: excuse my bad english 🙂

        • ArunKarthik

          @tatotk, yep its got everything we’d need! it surely will be the perfect device! 😀

  • Isn’t it like… Nokia 5800 XpressMusic?

    • tatotk

      @davidlian,

      Yes! Nokia Tube = Nokia 5800

  • Seaedge

    picture is better than the previous one you took. firmware problem i guess.

    love those details on the tree… hope when it release.. it can do the same too…

    • smashpop

      @Seaedge, i think it performs better with close up mode