Nokia Turns Up Volume on XpressMusic Range
Today Nokia introduced two new bar-style phones for its collection of music-centric devices. Both have 2 megapixel cameras, 3.5mm headset jacks, stereo Bluetooth, FM radios with RDS, and dedicated music keys. Both phones are compatible with Nokia's Music Store, and will be available in the third quarter.
- 5320: This is the more capable of the two phones, and has quad-band GSM/EDGE, as well as two dual-band HSDPA configurations: 850/2100 and 900/2100. The stand-out feature is the Say and Play function, which lets users say the name of an artist or song, and the phone will automatically begin playing it. The 5320 runs the Nokia S60 operating system, has a separate audio chip for better sound performance, and will support microSD cards up to 8GB. Lastly, it will work with Nokia's N-Gage gaming platform and has dedicated gaming keys and a landscape view capability. It will cost $350.
- 5220: This one drops down to the Nokia Series 40 operating system, and also loses the 3G capability. It comes in two tri-band configurations, 850/1800/1900 and 900/1800/1900. It has a built-in lanyard, and lights that flash with the rhythm of your music. It will support microSD cards up to 2GB in size, and will cost $255.
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