New Nokia offers a 'low-cost music solution'
8 June 2009 — 5:00 PM
Those looking for a replacement phone that delivers access to a range of music at a low price may be interested in a new article for Trusted Reviews.
According to the site's Sandra Vogel, the Nokia 5220 XpressMusic may not be the top of the firm's list of flagship audio-focussed devices, but at around £109 on pay-as-you-go it may be just right for some.
She describes the design of the device as "quirky" and says the candybar-style model is light and slim, as well as available in two different colour schemes when purchased online from Nokia.
"If you are a cameraphone fan, the Nokia 5220 XpressMusic is a no-go area," Ms Vogel concludes. "But for music-lovers there are several plus points, not least being good quality music output and a well placed 3.5mm jack."
The Finnish manufacturer unveiled the phone in April last year and took the opportunity to suggest its MD-8 Mini Speakers would be an ideal companion to it.
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