The Nokia 5320 and 5220 XpressMusic phones will have an 'affordable' price tag of between £128 and £176 without a contract. However, neither phone scrimps on the features.
The Nokia 5320 offers 24 hours of music playback and comes with a 3.5mm audio jack so that you can plug in your own headphones, hi-fi sound quality, and HSDPA mobile broadband data speeds.
In addition to the music features, the 5320 also features a full internet browser, Nokia N-gage
gaming keys and the avility to play N-Gage games when the platform is ready.
Nokia says the handset will begin shipping in the third quarter of 2008 with an estimated retail price of 220 Euros (£176).
The Nokia 5220 XpressMusic appears to target the younger end of the market with a built in lanyard and a stylish assymetric design. The handset also features 24 hour playback and a 3.5mm audio jack and is also expected to be available from the third quarter of 2008, costing around 160 euros (£128).
To complement its new XpressMusic phones, Nokia is also launching a range of new music accessories.
Nokia's MD-8 Mini Speakers, for example, are dinky enough to fit in your pocket but feature 40 hours of playback time, an FM antennae to fine tune frequency and a tangle free cable. The MD-8 speakers will be available in the second quarter of 2008.