Nokia 5200

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Nokia 5200
Compatible networksGSM 900/1800/1900
PredecessorNokia 3220
SuccessorNokia 5310
RelatedNokia 5300
Dimensions92.4×48.2×20.7 mm
Mass112 g
Memory8 MB flash, microSD slot
BatteryLi-Ion 760 mAh (BL-5B)
Display128×160, CSTN / TFT, 262,144 colors
Rear cameraVGA, 640×480 pixels, video
ConnectivityGPRS, HSCSD, EDGE Class 10 236.8 kbit/s, Bluetooth, IrDA, USB; WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML
Development statusDiscontinued

The Nokia 5200 is a Series 40 mobile phone manufactured by Nokia. Announced on 27 September 2006, it is less featured than its better counterpart, the Nokia 5300,[1] and is not XpressMusic branded. It got its last software update in 2008.

5200 and 5300 differences[edit]

The 5300 is very similar in appearance to the 5200. Some of the main differences between the two phones are:

  • The 5300 has a larger screen with higher resolution and higher quality: 240×320 versus 128×160.
  • A higher resolution (1.3 megapixel) camera is included on the 5300 than the 5200 (VGA).
  • The 5300 has more music controls on the side of the phone.


Type Specification
Weight 104 g
Dimensions 92.4×48.2×20.7 mm
Form factor Slide phone
Battery life Talk: 3.2 hours
Standby: 263 hours
Display Type: LCD (color TFT/TFD); Colors: 262,144 (18-bit); Size: 128×160 pixels
Platform / OS Series 40
Memory 8 MB, 2 GB expandable with microSD cards.
Phone book capacity 1000 entries with five numbers and extra info each
Multiple languages Yes
Polyphonic ringtones Yes
Vibrate Yes
Bluetooth 2.0
Picture ID Yes
Ringer ID Yes
Voice dialing Yes
Custom graphics Yes
Custom ringtones Yes
Flight Mode Yes
Web browser Yes, XHTML 2.0
Predictive text entry Yes, T9
Memory card slot Card type: microSD
Text messaging Two-way: Yes
Text messaging templates Yes
Music player Supported formats: MP3, WMA, AAC, M4A
FM radio Yes
Camera VGA w/ effects. Possible resolution: 640×480, 320×240, 160×120
Streaming video Yes
Video capture Yes
Alarm Yes
Calculator Yes
Calendar Yes
Games Canal Control & Snake III + Downloadable
Speaker phone Yes


  1. ^ "Nokia 5300 and 5200 - Mobile Gazette - Mobile Phone News".

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