New Nokia models 'continue commitment to audio'
11 September 2009 — 10:09 AM
Those recycling mobile phones for a new music-focused device may be interested in the thoughts of a recent post on the Nokia Conversations website.
According to the online resource, which discusses the latest developments from the Finnish manufacturer, a number of handsets have emerged from the firm of late that show its commitment to such handsets.
It is advised the Nokia X6 and X3, which were showcased at a recent industry event, are among those that continue the firm's commitment to music-based mobiles.
The site discussed the devices with Jo Harlow, senior vice-president of marketing at Nokia, who agreed with features like Comes With Music and integrated speakers the options would address a consumer need.
She explained that in many markets this facility is "key" to the success of a model, in particular where "the music phone becomes the centre piece for parties".
A recent poll by Nokia Conversations revealed that good battery life was the feature most people looked for in an audio-focused handset.
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