Nokia Launches Music Store Locally!

Last week we were invited to sit in at Nokia’s launch of Music Store here in Singapore as well as the introduction of their new phone – The Nokia 5320 XpressMusic

Kym, Lamont and I headed to their main office and was ushered into a big conference room.

The presenters gave all of us good rundown of all of its functions and let us put our hands on their devices as well as purchasing system for Nokia Music Store.

In a nutshell, Nokia users now can purchase music on both their laptop/desktops AND mobile phone online! Both devices could be synced easily and all you need is the credit to buy your music.

At the site, there a millions of tracks for you to choose from, artistes include major international singers, independent label as well as Asian content, so you don’t have to worry about not finding your latest Gary Chaw song.

Alternatively, you can find out more about this service HERE.

We were treated to a healthy sandwich meal of Barn Farm (or something along this line, heh) while playing around the new Nokia 5320 XpressMusic.

This phone features Music Features such as:

  • Storage for up to 6,000 songs with optional 8GB microSD card
  • Dedicated music keys
  • Hi-Fi quality audio with dedicated audio chip
  • Voice-controlled Music Player: Say and Play
  • Instant access to Nokia Music Store Over-the-Air and via PC
  • FM stereo radio with RDS

and more.

We went back to the office with each of us having $16 worth of music credits to download songs from the site. đŸ˜€



  1. Are you sure you are a mass commer?
    From the massive amount of grammatical errors, don’t think you are quite apt to be one.
    It sounds unusually like a primary school composition.

  2. Well if you aren’t sure then I won’t be in RHW already, let alone blogging here.

    I’ve never self-proclaim that my English is fantastic, nor promote that mass commers English damn powderful what.

    There will be some non-conformists, or doesn’t fall into the same category as others. Since when have I say I SHOULD be in Mass Comm? Hello? Ironic though, the way you criticise sounds like a primary school kid.

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