Hmmm, things certainly aren’t too rosy for the Nokia 5230 considering it was just launched last November, and will soon receive a successor in the form of the Nokia 5250 already. While the latter has yet to be announced on an official basis, Nokia’s Ovi Store has already listed it among the Nokia handsets which will feature a touchscreen display, while showing off a small photo of the device at the same time which somewhat resembles the Sony Ericsson Xperia X8. It will most probably have Symbian^1 (S60 5th Edition) as the operating system of choice, with it expected to sport an extremely reasonable price point to keep folks in emerging markets happy.
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