Nokia today announced three new devices, each targeting the specific segment of users. We’ll briefly go through each of them. Let’s start.
Nokia 5070 is an affordable phone (100 EUR before taxes) from the company’s active line of products, that targets young consumers. The 5070 packs an FM radio, a camera, and it could be used as an MP3 player. Battery of the device should hold up to 3.5 hours of talk, and up to 12 days of standby time. The Nokia 5070 will be available in red and blue colors.
The second device is the previously rumored Nokia 5700 XpressMusic, a phone that “adds a new twist to mobile music.” It’s a 3G device that runs Symbian OS with S60 3rd edition (Feature pack 1 or 2, I guess). The 5700 XpressMusic aims to bring the combination of a music and a smartphone lifestyle to the younger crowd. In terms of specs, the Nokia 5700 XpressMusic comes with a 2 MP camera, a hiqh-quality screen which can display up to 16 million colors, the standard 3.5mm audio jack, a Bluetooth with A2DP support and the loud stereo loudspeakers. Memory of the device is expandable with microSD cards. Interested parties should wait for the Q2 2007, when the Nokia 5700 XpressMusic will start selling for the price of 350 EUR, before taxes and subsidies.
Finally, the Nokia 7088 is a device that targets the fashion-aware crowd in the CDMA markets. This phone is part of the Nokia’s L’Amour Collection, and we’ve already seen its first photos, as well as the FCC’s approval. The Nokia 7088 a slider feature phone that boasts the high-quality screen, a camera, a voice recorder, and a music player. It is expected to be available in selected markets in Asia/Pacific, Middle East, Africa, China and Latin America during the 2nd quarter of 2007.
So, it’s something for everyone from Nokia.