Nokia’s new range of handsets will come with the company’s Comes With Music compatible devices, which Nokia says will mean users can get easy access to their favourite tunes.
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The Homescreen features an improved contacts bar with up to 20 friends and family members and provides direct access to music, N-Gage and other applications, like Facebook, Photos, Ovi Contacts, Maps and messaging. With Ovi Contacts, people can see who’s online, view music and chat.
The Music shortcut offers quick access to the music stored on the device as well as to the Nokia Music Store where people can find information on artists, music and over-the-air downloads, directly on the device.
Direct access to the N-Gage Arena community and preloaded N-Gage games invites the user to connect, compete and check high scores with their online friends.
Next is the Nokia 5330 XpressMusic, which is said to be ideal for music and keeping in touch with your social network. Touch keys on the side of the display provide instant access to music. The standard 3.5mm jack is said to offer crystal-clear sound for any headphones and the battery life gives more than 26 hours of playback time.
Finally, there is the Nokia 5030, which is the company’s first phone with an internal FM radio antenna, eliminating the need for a headset or external speakers. It has one touch FM radio and channel selection keys on the side of the unit.
Placed sideways on the table, the Nokia 5030 doubles as a portable FM radio and is ideal for emerging markets, where people rely on a radio as their main source of entertainment and news. The Nokia 5030 has up to 24 hours of listening time and 10 hours of talk time, which comes to life with the powerful loudspeaker and is available in two colours – graphite and red.