The model features a music player, a 3.5 mm AV jack and support for all main digital music formats, along with a 4 GB memory card – which can hold up to 3,000 tracks.
Users of the phone can also make use of its Say and Play function, which will allow people to say the name of their favourite artist or song, before the device plays it.
If you’re looking to trade in your mobile for an internet-enabled model, the Nokia 5630 XpressMusic allows users to take pictures on its 3.2 megapixel camera with flash before uploading them to Flickr, Facebook or the Finnish manufacturer’s own Share on Ovi service.
Game lovers are also catered for, with the N-Gage platform included in the phone.
Last month, Nokia unveiled three new additions to its range of handsets – the 6700 classic, the 6303 classic and the 2700 classic.