The Nokia 3250 music phone has been sold in more than one million units in less the four months, since it entered the charts in March 2006.
The Nokia 3250 music phone is a state of the art combination between a mobile phone and a mp3 player, with a neat design and a lots of features. It looks like Nokia’s efforts in the development of this mobile phone have started to pay off as the Finnish company announced that sells for it just went over one million.
“As the world’s largest manufacturer of digital music players, Nokia continues to lead the way in making mobile music widely accessible,” says Heikki Norta, Senior Vice President of Nokia’s Lifestyle Products Group. “As we enter the summer holiday season, the Nokia 3250 is an ideal travel companion – it stores all your favorite songs, records fondest summer memories, and even has an off-line mode for those endless long-haul flights.”
The Nokia 3250 is based on S60 3rd Edition software and Symbian OS and it’s capable of playing a wide array of digital music formats such as MP3, WMA, M4A, AAC and eAAC+. In addition, the 3250 has a 2 mega-pixels camera, 10 MB internal memory, built-in stereo FM radio and it’s EDGE compatible. The 1100 mAh Li-Ion battery can deliver up to 245 h of stand-by and up to 3 h of talk time.