Nokia today introduced three music-themed new handsets for the European Market, the new 5730 XpressMusic, 5330 XpressMusic, and the 5030. The new phones coincide with the launch of the Finnish company's new Comes With Music service for the Nokia Music Store.
The Nokia 5730 XpressMusic is the company's first music-centric device to feature a full keyboard. The handset also features dedicated gaming keys for N-Gage games, access to the N-Gage Arena, and preloaded N-Gage games. The phone is set for a third quarter release with a 280 EUR ($358) price tag.
The Nokia 5330 XpressMusic features touchscreen keys on the sides of its display, a built-in 3.5mm jack for music and a battery of more than 26 hours. The device is also aimed at the social networking community, featuring access to Facebook, Myspace, and Ovi. The phone is also set to ship in the third quarter, with a 160 ($205) EUR price tag.
The Nokia 5030 features an internal FM radio antenna and channel selection keys. Aimed at emerging markets, the device features up to a day of listening and 10 hours of talk time. It will ship in second quarter for 40 ($51) Euros.
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