Nokia has developed a new mobile phone that not only allows you talk and send text messages, but also to play music and games. The handset even has a mini keyboard and an FM radio.
The 5510, to be launched in December costing around £250, is being billed as 'mobile entertainment' by Nokia which sees it as a platform for services other than simply voice and SMS.
Anssi Vanjoki, executive vice president at Nokia Mobile Phones, said: "This new concept reflects not only a change in our perspective, but also a more fundamental transition that our industry is going through."
The 5510's integrated digital music player supports AAC and MP3 files, storing up to two hours of music in the phone's 64Mb memory. It includes software and cables for users to rip files from CDs and download them to the phone.
"Phones are no longer only voice and SMS driven, but are increasingly functioning as platforms for other services, such as entertainment," said Vanjoki.
"With this phone, we're introducing a new category of devices functioning as integrated entertainment platforms which are complemented by related relevant services from Club Nokia."
Oddly enough, the 5510 does not support GPRS.
A full list of features (and pictures) are available at Nokia's website here.
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