Users can access the Ovi Store without a phone using devices such as Nokia’s new Booklet 3G PC-based laptop.
The Nokia 5230 also includes A-GPS navigation, linked to Nokia’s proprietary Ovi Maps software, with aerial images and 3-D landmarks for more than 200 cities and terrain map views for pedestrians and drivers.
Customers can make use of the Nokia Music Store to find online content to listen to songs on their mobiles.
Jo Harlow, vice President of Nokia said: “We believe the Nokia 5230 is an unbeatable offer for many new customers who aspire a device that stars in music, mingles with social networks from Facebook to MySpace, navigates you to where it happens, when it happens and comes in an array of dazzling colours.”
If you are looking upgrade and get cash for your mobile, the Nokia 5230 will begin shipping in the last three months of 2009.
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