Nokia trio 'boosts music line-up'
11 March 2009 — 9:57 AM
Nokia has boosted its line of music-focused handsets with three new models, it has emerged.
The Finnish manufacturer's latest phones all come under the XpressMusic brand, meaning they could be an ideal purchase for those who like to have melodious sounds wherever they go.
In addition to mp3 playback and access to Nokia's online audio store, the 5730, 5330 and 5030 will all come with other features that have proved popular with the public, according to company spokesperson Jo Harlow.
"We've sold more than 425 million devices with a digital music player and more than 700 million devices with an FM radio," she said.
Ms Harlow added this shows phones are "the natural device for listening to the music and carrying it with you".
The range could be worth considering for those upgrading used mobile phones for something that has the latest musical features. Other models could also include those in the Walkman-branded Sony Ericsson line.
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