The 5530 Xpress Music Games Edition Announced by Nokia U.S.

The U.S. citizens have now an extra reason to purchase a Nokia 5530 XpressMusic phone, well, at least those citizens that enjoy playing games on their handsets. All those long, boredom-filled commuting hours have now a new enemy in this game-packed mobile phone that used to do only music.

The Games edition comes with “ten ten” full games preloaded, so that new users will not have to buy them. These are divided equally between Gameloft and EA Mobile. I am just wondering what happens to the previous Nokia 5530 XpressMusic users that have already purchased a bunch of these games. Is it fair for them? The fans’ reactions should be interesting.

Anyway, if you have ever doubted you could take Tiger Woods on the Golf course, you can train a little more with the Pro Golf World Tour 2010 or play some Texas Poker if you are not in the mood for real sports. From EA Mobile, you will have Spore Origins to waste a lot of time with and other games like Monopoly, American Idol or Tetris. These are just a few of the titles that Nokia has introduced on its full touch mobile phone.

The 5530 XpressMusic is the same WLAN; IEEE 802.11 b/g phone you used to know, with 70 MB internal memory and a 4 GB microSD included in the hot swap card slot. Same 3.5 mm jack for listening to music from your favorite headsets lies near the 2.9-inch full touch screen. Take photos with its 3.2-megapixel camera at 4X digital zoom.

Whether you liked it before or not, the 5530 XpressMusic is now an even more versatile mobile phone for entertainment on the move. It is available for sale on the Nokia website at $299 USD.