Nokia 5250 music-centric official

Nokia 5250 it’s now officiall. Announced by Nokia as a “music-centric device aimed anyone seeking a modern, multipurpose mobile” and is expected to ship in the fourth quarter for €115(5 before taxes and subsidies).

The Nokia 5250 measures 104mm x 49mm x 14mm, runs Symbian^1 OS, has a 2.8-inch (640 x 360 pixels) TFT screen, 51MB of internal memory, GPRS/EDGE connectivity, social networking integration – you know Facebook, MySpace etc, MicroSD card support (up to 16GB) and on the back – 2-megapixel camera. The phone comes with a music player on the home screen and tracks can be downloaded from Ovi Music, FM radio and also a free copy of Guitar Hero 5 Mobile. And in select markets, Nokia 5250 will ship with “the all-you-can-eat music offering”, Ovi Music Unlimited, allowing you to download music in litres, cubic metres and plenty of kilograms.

Nokia 5250


No information about W-Fi, but the battery will be, as they said  “excellent”, will last up to 18 days in standby or up to 7 hours talktime and up to 24 hours of music playback. Come on Pussycat Dolls

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