Nokia 5300: Music All the Way

By: Bradley Ben

Music phones are now taking up the mobile market as mobile users are now more inclined towards music phones, specially from younger generation. Nokia has introduced a series of music phones such as N-series phones with advanced multimedia applications. With the launch of the XpressMusic phone, Nokia has again broaden its portfolio of music phones, giving an array of choice for consumers all over the globe.

The Nokia 5300 , an XpressMusic phone with its stylish slide design holds up to 1500 tracks - lets you enjoy your favourite music on the move. The handset comes with a comprehensive set of features including support for up to 2GB of memory and dedicated music keys - download unlimited music tracks and just push the music key to start your favourite songs. Users can enjoy other functions with music such as texting, shooting pictures, etc.

With an integrated music player that supports several music files including MP3 and AAC, users can download music tracks of their choice. With FM radio, users can tune in to their favourite local radio station to enjoy all time hit music. What's more, the Nokia 5300 XpressMusic phone comes with MP3 ringtone - select your preferred tune and personalize your phone.

The Nokia 5300 comes with Bluetooth, USB and infra-red connectivity that swiftly transfers music tracks from your PC to phone. The handset is also loaded with latest messaging functions such as SMS, MMS, Audio messaging, and instant messaging. Capture some memorable moments with an integrated 1.3 mega-pixel camera and share with your friends via MMS, email and Bluetooth.

The handset also comes with GPRS, HSCSD/CSD and XHTML - enjoy impeccable connectivity and unlimited mobile internet, send and receive emails, latest news and information in your music phone. In addition to all these features, the handset design is very attractive. Though its not a lightweight phone, but users can easily handle it.

Enjoy every beats of music on the move with the Nokia 5300 XpressMusic.

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