In less than four months, the Nokia 3250 has made it’s mark by selling over one million units.
The Nokia 3250 music phone stores up to 750 songs; 1 GB, of high quality music and has a 2 megapixel camera.
”As the world’s largest manufacturer of digital music players, Nokia continues to lead the way in making mobile music widely accessible,” says Heikki Norta, Nokia Lifestyle Products Group. “As we enter the summer holiday season, the Nokia 3250 is an ideal travel companion – it stores all your favourite songs, records fondest summer memories, and even has an off-line mode for those endless long-haul flights.”
Based on the S60 3rd Edition software and Symbian OS, the Nokia 3250 music phone can turn a smartphone into a versatile portable music player capable of playing a wide array of digital music formats such as MP3, WMA, M4A, AAC and eAAC+.
The S60 3rd Edition software allows people to purchase music and share their musical experiences and recommendations with their friends.
”S60 3rd Edition software introduces a new level of flexibility and security, enabling easy creation of devices and applications targeted to mass markets,” says Norta. “The success of the Nokia 3250 clearly demonstrates that consumers value the extensibility that an S60 device offers.”
The S60 provides an open and scalable business opportunity for mobile operators and 3rd party developers through its award-winning user interface.
For further information please visit www.s60.com.
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