Nokia has unveiled three brand new mobile phones today, including the latest addition to its XpressMusic range.
Set for release during the third quarter of this year, the new handsets comprise the E72, 3710 Fold and the 5530 XpressMusic.
With social networking at its heart as well as impressive music-focused features, the touchscreen-operated 5530 XpressMusic is likely to find favour principally with the youth market.
A statement from Nokia read: "The Nokia 5530 XpressMusic follows in the footsteps of the top-rated Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, expanding the touch XpressMusic phone range with a youthful device that has a solid stainless steel frame finish and comes in five vivid colours.”
Meanwhile, like its predecessor the E71, the Nokia E72 is aimed at business users and will be home to full slide-out Qwerty keyboard to make it easy to enter large amounts of text and an instant messaging function.
Finally, the Nokia 3710 Fold boasts a 3.2 megapixel camera, a microSD card slot for expanding storage capacity and a 2.2-inch QVGA screen.
Other forthcoming handset releases from Nokia this year include its flagship device for 2009, the N97, which is due to debut on June 19th.
Available now to pre-order from Top 10 Mobile Phones, the N97 features a touchscreen, HSDPA support for fast downloads and a pre-installed Skype application.