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Nokia 5320 and 5220 XpressMusic Mobile Phones launched

 Nokia 5320, 5220 XpressMusic

Nokia has announced the expansion of its XpressMusic series of phone with two new additions namely Nokia 5320 XpressMusic and Nokia 5220 XpressMusic.

“Our XpressMusic range of devices continues to deliver the combination of superior music experiences and fresh, innovative designs,” said Jo Harlow, Vice President, LIVE category, Nokia. “Today’s additions to the XpressMusic range up the ante with new ways for consumers to access their media as well as interact and share content with friends and communities anytime, anywhere.”

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Nokia 5320 XpressMusic features a dynamic design with 3G social entertainment capabilities. The new phone offers music functions and web 2.0 access too. With the latest 5320 XpressMusic, Nokia has introduce new voice-controlled Say and Play feature allowing users to speak out the name of a favorite artist or song to automatically play it. Dedicated XpressMusic keys, a 3.5mm audio jack, an audio chip for hi-fi sound quality, extendable memory up to 8GB, HS-USB for fast music transfer and HSDPA are some of the key features of the Nokia 5320 XpressMusic phone.

Moreover, the 5320 XpressMusic features an internet browser, access to Ovi and Nokia Search 4.1. Also it is equipped with dedicated N-Gage gaming keys and landscape view delivering a true gaming experience. The Nokia 5320 XpressMusic is expected to ship in Q3 of 2008 at around 220 EUR before taxes and subsidies.

On the other hand, Nokia 5220 XpressMusic offers an instant access to music-on-the-go with a unique, asymmetrical design. This phone comes along with a built-in lanyard that makes the device easy to carry. 24 hours playback time, dedicated XpressMusic keys and a 3.5mm audio jack are the salient features of the latest device.

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The Nokia 5220 XpressMusic will also ship in the third quarter of 2008 at the estimated price of 160 EUR before taxes and subsidies.

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