Nokia has followed Samsung and announced a new mobile phone that has been designed to display TV pictures via DVB-H technology along with a built in Electronic Program Guide (EPG) that allows you to create personal channel lists.
The new handset is to be known as the Nokia 5330 and is currently being aimed at Switzerland, Austria, Finland and Holland in Europe plus territories in Asia, India and Africa. It's estimated that more than 300 million people worldwide will watch TV on their mobile phones by 2012.
To be priced at €155, the new phone's features look familiar - similar, in fact to the Nokia 5330 XpressMusic with a 2.4 inch QVGA display, fast data transfer via 3G technology, a 3.5mm headphone socket to listen to your TV programs in comfort, a built in camera with the reasonable specification of 3.2-megapixels, access to Nokia's Ovi Store plus YouTube, Facebook and MySpace.
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