Nokia 5230 set to appeal to social network fans
26 August 2009 — 2:00 PM
Nokia has launched a new handset that will appeal to regular users of social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace.
Users looking for a more colourful handset could also be tempted to get money for their mobile in order to upgrade to the new Nokia to take advantage of its advanced features.
As well as A-GPS navigation and the latest version of Ovi Maps, the mobile also has an easy to use music player with 33 hours of playback time with a 3.5mm AV connector.
"The Nokia 5230 is an unbeatable offer for many new customers who aspire a device that stars in music, mingles with social networks from Facebook to MySpace, navigates you to where it happens, when it happens and comes in an array of dazzling colours, " explained Jo Harlow, vice president of Nokia.
Nokia has also recently launched a new compact laptop. The Nokia Booklet 3G offers up to 12 hours of battery life and has an array of PC features as well as connectivity options such as 3G/HSPA and Wi-Fi.
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