Nokia's latest XpressMusic phones

Nokia has announced two new handsets to carry on its XpressMusic range.

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Nokia's XpressMusic 5320 and 5220

Nokia has announced two new handsets, the Nokia 5320 XpressMusic and Nokia 5220 XpressMusic, to carry on its XpressMusic range from the third quarter of 2008.

The 5320 is the more powerful of the two which features HSDPA data speeds and Web 2.0 access, a dedicated audio chip and expandable memory up to 8GB, presumably via high-capacity MicroSD cards. The 5320 also sports dedicated gaming keys to be used with N-Gage mobile phone games.

Fewer details have been announced for the lower spec 5220 except that the phone will feature a unique asymmetrical handset design and a lanyard clip. Both phones have 3.5mm headphone inputs and Nokia estimate both are capable of 24 hours of music playback. The 5320 and 5220 are also compatible with Nokia's Music Store, which was launched in Australia this week.

Firm recommended pricing will be announced closer to release but Nokia estimate the 5320 will retail for AU$370, while the 5220 may sell for AU$270.