Mobile phone/media device

This funky Nokia device features a digital media player and built-in FM stereo radio, as well as a mobile phone. Music can be transferred to the 3300 via a USB cable and is stored on a 64MB MMC (Multimedia Card). It supports advanced audio coding which Nokia claims lets you store up to nine hours of digital music.

It has a Qwerty keyboard to make texting simple and is preloaded with several Java games. You can keep in touch when travelling the world because it is compatible with the GSM 900/GSM 1800 frequency band.

Nokia 3300
Price: $TBA
URL: www.nokia-asia.com/apc/home

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