A vast ground for influence and conjecture opened up once the first touchscreen smartphone by Nokia dubbed Tube is pulling closer to its release day. Opinions from all over the world clash in an argument over the elusive truth: does the Tube have enough prowesses to beat iPhone in comfort in functionality or the old king is still there to stay? Keep away from the responsibility of drawing a final judgment; we resort to release some basic facts about the two models that were we able to learn through a few tests.

Feature

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Nokia5800

Iphone3G

Touch user interface optimised for

one-hand use with tactile feedback

two-hand usage, multitouch

Screen

640 x 360 pixels (nHD)

480-by-320-pixel resolution at 163 ppi

Keys and input method

* Stylus, finger and hand-writing

* voice commands

finger

E-mail

plain text (IMAP, POP, SMTP, Mail for Exchange)

HTML (IMAP, POP, SMTP, Mail for Exchange)

Web browsing

HTML, XHTML, WML, Javascript, Flash

HTML, XHTML, WML, Javascript, no Flash

GPS

free maps on the phone, voice navigation (optional), walk mode

online maps only

Photo

3.2 MP, Carl Zeiss, dual LED flash

2 MP

Video

* 640×480, 30 fps, front camera for calls

* stereo FM radio,

no video, no front camera

Music and audio playback

3.5mm jack, direct music store, not so easy sync

easy sync, PC/Mac for music store

Ringtones

mp3, video, lot of built-in

crappy built-in, more available to purchase

Power

2G talk 8.8h, 3G talk 5h, standby 400h

2G talk 10h, 3G talk 5h, standby 300h

Browsing time

3.4h

5h

Video playback time

5h

7h

Music playback

35h

24h

Memory

8-16 GB, hot swap

8, 16GB

Bluetooth

v2.0, tethering, sending files, vCard, A2DP (stereo sound), AVRCP (remote control)

v2.0, mono, no tethering, no sending files

Call extras

caller name said during ring, video call

Loudspeaker

stereo, very good (says Nokia)

okay

Software

* active standby with calendar, todo etc.

* photo and video editor

* passive standby with photo

* photo editor

Colors

Red, blue, black

white, black

Connectors

MicroSD, TV Out

Summing the facts up, we are inclined to view the Tube as a formidable competitor to iPhone, offering better functionality in multiple aspects, though not as gorgeously looking.

source : SMPE.COM , NOKIA5800

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