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The Nokia X5 is a quirky slider that is sort of a mishmash between the recently launched Motorola Flipout and the Nokia X3. It is a music and communication centric handset with hi-fidelity built-in speakers, dedicated music keys, playlist DJ (creates a playlist depending on your mood) and comes with Music access (selected regions). There’s a full QWERTY keyboard for fast IM and email access and the battery life comes in at an impressive 400 hours standby time or 24 hours music playback from a full charge. The X5 packs a few unique features like a gently curving metallic back which comes into play when you use the Surprise Me! App and a chime that says the number of unread messages in your inbox when you shake the phone. The mobile comes preloaded with the Surprise Me! App that starts playing a random track everytime you spin the phone on its back. Under the hood is an ARM11 600 MHz CPU and 256 MB of RAM, that should blaze through normal usage and even handle bit of multitasking. The mobile comes with 200 MB of user memory, which can be increased up to 32 GB with a microSD card. The X5 offers a plethora of connectivity options including HSDPA/HSUPA, Wi-Fi, Stereo Bluetooth and 3.5 mm audio port. The mobile is powered by S60 3rd edition and is optimized for faster social networking, it brings up your contacts, emails and social networking feeds directly onto the home screen and supports instant status updates sans any secondary app. The X5 sports a 5 megapixel fixed-focus camera with LED flash, a minimum focusing distance of 50 cm and an f/2.4 aperture. It can also records VGA-resolution videos at 15 fps. The browser supports Flash Lite 3.0 (lets you stream YouTube videos directly on the browser), Mail for Exchange and Ovi Store access.