Nokia has launched three new Comes with Music mobile phones, the 5030, 5330 and the 5730. The most interesting, the 5730, has a 3.2Mp camera and accepts memory cards up to 16GB.

Nokia's  Comes with Music digital music service offers users unlimited music downloads for the life of their mobile contract when they purchase a compatible handset. Users can keep the tracks even after their contract has expired.

As well as compatibility with Nokia's Comes with Music Service and a music player, which supports MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+ and WMA files, users of the Nokia 5730 XpressMusic phone has a 'Say and Play' feature that allows voice-control of the digital music being played on the handset, and an FM radio.

Measuring 112x51x15mm, the Nokia 5730 XpressMusic has a slide-out qwerty keyboard, and a home screen featuring contacts book and shortcuts toolbar. This provides one-touch access to 20 of your favourite contacts or applications.

The phone, which is available with a red, monochrome, blue or pink trim, also offers a 2.4inQVGA 240x320-pixel display, 100MB internal memory and support for a microSD memory card up to 16GB.

The 3.2Mp camera with Carl Zeiss lens and 8x digital zoom ensures you'll be able to capture high quality digital images. The phone also includes a secondary camera for video calling capability and built-in A-GPS and Nokia Maps software for navigation.

The Nokia 5730 XpressMusic handset is expected to €280 (£258).

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Nokia also announced the 5330 XpressMusic and the 5030 handsets.

The Nokia 5330 XpressMusic is a 101x48x14mm slider phone with dedicated keys that control the music player located on the handset. It comes with a 70MB internal memory, although it supports microSD cards up to 16GB. A 2GB microSD card is supplied with the phone.

As well as a music player, the handset also benefits from an FM radio, a 2.4in QVGA 320x240 display and 3.2Mp camera with 4x digital zoom and flash. It's available in either black and red or silver and blue and is likely to cost €160 (£147)

Finally Nokia also announced the 5030 - the company's first phone to feature an internal FM radio antenna and dedicated one-touch keys to access the radio and even change channels.

Measuring 108x45x15mm, the phone features a 1.8in TFT 1128x160 display and is expected to be priced under €40 (£36)

The Nokia 730 XpressMusic and 5330 XpressMusic handsets are expected to be available in Q3 of this year, while the 5030 could hit shelves as soon as Q2.

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