Canada-based Roger Wireless and Nokia (News
) have announced the Canadian launch of the Nokia 5310 XpressMusic MP3 phone.
John Boynton, senior vice president and chief marketing officer at Rogers Wireless (News
) said that the Nokia XpressMusic phone is the latest in music phones available at Rogers, providing customers with “incredible mobile music experiences.”
Nokia 5310 XpressMusic MP3 phone features a dedicated music chip to power up to 20 hours of music playback, and according to Nokia, this music phone delivers “exceptional sound to provide the ultimate mobile music experience.”
The handset is equipped with a 1GB microSD card, and can support up to 4GB for downloading and storing up to 3,000 songs from Rogers MusicStore. In addition, the device also comes with diamond-cut music controls and chrome volume keys that allow for access and control of tunes, and a video recorder and 2-megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom.
Along with the two-inch display screen with 16 million colors, the Nokia 5310 XpressMusic features Bluetooth
2.0 and USB 2.0 high-speed; 30 megabytes of internal memory; video playback; Nokia Xpress audio messaging send voice clips over-the-air; up to 5 hours of talk-time and 12.5 days of standby-time; and Rogers MobileMail to stay connected and on top of e-mails.
“As part of Nokia's growing line-up of XpressMusic handsets, the Nokia 5310 XpressMusic offers Rogers Wireless customers a great quality mobile music experience,” said Tejas Rao, director of technology at Nokia Canada.
He also said that XpressMusic handsets combine Nokia’s “exceptional voice quality” with a “powerful music experience” that includes dedicated music keys, support for 3.5 mm connectors and an extended battery life for easy and convenient music listening.
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