Nokia Music Store Announced
Aug 29, 2007, 5:00 AM by (staff)
Nokia introduced a new music store that will compete with iTunes and other online and over-the-air music services. The Nokia Music Store is will allow users to download tracks over the air directly to select handsets, or via PC and sync to handsets later. It will initially be compatible with the newly launched N81 and N95 8GB. Users will be able to browse artists, songs, or albums, as well as get recommendations on new artists. Tracks will cost 1 Euro and albums 10 Euros, with a streaming option also for 10 Euros. The tracks will be sold as DRM-protected WMA files ripped at 192 kbps. The Nokia Music Store will launch in certain European markets in the fall, and other countries in Europe and Asia later this year.
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