Although it will not be available until early in 2010, the Nokia 5235 has been revealed by the manufacturing giant as the latest addition to its range of music phones.
As with the 5800 XpressMusic, it sports a large 3.2 inch resistive touchscreen interface, although the camera on the rear has been downgraded to a two megapixel unit that lacks a flash.
The 5235 retains the 3.5mm headphone jack of its forbears, allowing users to plug in virtually any set of headphones and enjoy the music that they have stored on the phone.
Like most modern mobiles the 5235 will have a microSD memory card slot and it is compatible with new high capacity models, allowing for a separately purchased card with up to 16GB of storage space to be added.
Since this will be a 'Comes With Music' phone, users will be able to download an unlimited number of songs from the Ovi Store and with built-in GPS there is mapping software to help you find your way around.
Despite its relatively modest specifications, this is still a 3G phone and Nokia claims that it will be able to play back tracks for up to 33 hours without needing recharging.
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