Nokia has unveiled three tune-tastic new phones, all of which will play nice with its all-you-can-eat Comes With Music download store.
First up is the Nokia 5730 XpressMusic, which is the first Nokia music phone to come with a full QWERTY keyboard for speedy messaging and emailing.
This candybar-shaped handset also boasts dedicated gaming controls for Nokia's N-Gage service. It will launch in the summer, priced at €280 (£258) plus tax, though you'll probably be able to snag one free on contract.
Second is the Nokia 5330 XpressMusic, a slider with a bit of a flash design thanks to its sliced-off top and ‘illumination effects’.
Touch keys on the side of the screen deliver quick access to the music player, and a 3.5mm headphone socket means users can hook up any set of headphones. Again, it's coming in the summer and will cost €160 (£147) before VAT.
Last but not least there's the Nokia 5030, also dubbed XpressRadio. Why? Because Nokia has stuffed an FM antenna inside, which means it's not necessary to connect up a set of headphones or speakers to grab a signal - you can use the built-in speakers instead.
It's described as ‘ideal for emerging markets’ and will only be priced at €40 (£36), so we wouldn't be surprised if this one doesn't launch in the UK. We’ll bring you more news as we get it.
Nokia 5730 XpressMusic, 5330 XpressMusic, 5030 XpressRadio
Price: £260, £150, £36 SIM-free
On sale: Summer 2009, Summer 2009, TBA