Cell phone manufacturers recently seem to have a thing for square-shaped cell phones, as evidenced by the Motorola FLIPOUT and Mirosoft’s KIN One. Nokia isn’t one to be left out, as it has just launched its X5 in Singapore, a square-shaped slider phone. We’re aware that Nokia already has an X5 over in China, but this one is obviously different. Detailed specifications weren’t mentioned, but we do know that it’ll be powered by Symbian S60 and sport a 5-megapixel camera, Facebook, MySpace, and YouTube integration. Do you think that square-shaped cell phones will be an upcoming trend in the cell phone scene?
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