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Wednesday, 29 August 2007 12:05

Nokia to announce 5 new phones tomorrow

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N81, N95 8GB and more


Nokia is about to launch five new handsets tomorrow, one of them being the eagerly anticipated N81 which we've written about here before, Nokia will also launch an updated version of the N95 with 8GB of memory which has been rumoured for some time.

The other handsets all comes from the XpressMusic series which was launched about this time last year. We're talking the XpressMusic 5700, 5610 and 5310.

Neither version looks that appealing to us, but these are fairly cheap and cheerful music phones, just like their predecessors. The 5310 is a slider and the 5610 is a candybar type handset.

You can check out pictures of all the handsets here, but you'll have to wait until tomorrow for the full specs.

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