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Not digging the original red on Nokia's XpressMusic 5310? What in tarnation is the matter with you? All kidding aside, those who just love to be the oddball can rejoice in the fact that T-Mobile USA has picked up two new hues for the aforesaid handset, and it's not even charging any extra for 'em.

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A recent Reuters article doesn't mention a specific model (although we have our hunches), but one thing's for sure: some kind of Comes with Music handset is launching on October 17th. We had previously assumed that October 2nd would be the go-live date for the intriguing music bundle, but retailer

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A recent Reuters article doesn't mention a specific model (although we have our hunches), but one thing's for sure: some kind of Comes with Music handset is launching on October 17th. We had previously assumed that October 2nd would be the go-live date for the intriguing music bundle, but retailer

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We put \"free\" in quotes for a reason, and now it seems the dark, nasty truth could be upon us. While pre-order prices on a retailer's website should be taken as pure speculation and nothing more, a couple of notable examples reveal £70 to £85 premiums on the Comes with Music version of

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We put \"free\" in quotes for a reason, and now it seems the dark, nasty truth could be upon us. While pre-order prices on a retailer's website should be taken as pure speculation and nothing more, a couple of notable examples reveal £70 to £85 premiums on the Comes with Music version of

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Itching to get your sweaty palms around one of Nokia's CwM-edition XpressMusic 5310s, are ya? We can't say that Stuff's hands-on video will make the wait any less excruciating, but it does give prospective partakers a good overview of what can be expected. To be frank, there aren't too many surprise

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Nokia's \"free,\" all-you-can-eat, music subscription service is set to world premier in the UK next month before hitting continental Europe and Asia in 2009. Nokia already has Universal Music, Sony BMG and Warner Music on board and plans to have EMI signed before launch -- in total, Nokia expects to

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Nokia's \"free,\" all-you-can-eat, music subscription service is set to world premier in the UK next month before hitting continental Europe and Asia in 2009. Nokia already has Universal Music, Sony BMG and Warner Music on board and plans to have EMI signed before launch -- in total, Nokia expects to

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So Hop-On apparently got tired of showing rendered vaporware after rendered vaporware and finally came to the table with some real products, but there's a little problem: one of them, the HOP1803, is a dead ringer for Nokia's XpressMusic 5310. We figure Hop-On probably just went to their friendly l

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Nokia's 9.9mm wonder with the 3.5mm headphone jack, the 5310 XpressMusic, has found its way north from T-Mobile to Canada's Rogers. In a best-case scenario, the phone will run you $99.99 CAD (about $101) on a three-year contract after rebate, which includes a 1GB microSD card in-box -- but let's be

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T-Mobile's no stranger to Nokia's XpressMusic series of funky little music phones, and the tradition continues today with the introduction of the 5310. This colorful candybar has some pretty solid street cred as a viable music player, too, with a microSD slot, svelte 9.9mm body and -- most importan

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TmoNews has published a laundry list of devices that it says will launch between June 16 and August 1 -- 13, to be exact, with another three that aren't listed. That's a positively Japan-esque release pace, a breakneck schedule that we're having a hard time believing. To its credit, several launche

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It's a little sad when a \"unique\" entry in the PMP market means knocking off Nokia design (here we have a sterling example of the 5130) instead of Apple. That said, the M-700 from KNC seems to be a decent unit, with a 2.6-inch widescreen display, 400MHz processor and codecs galore -- including DivX

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Rejoice Rogers music lovers, as there she is, the least beautiful -- though, rather affordable -- cell in the world, the XpressMusic Nokia 5310. Mobileincanada has spilled the beans on the upcoming release of this handset on Rogers, and for a purported bargain-basement price of $99 bucks, we're sur

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We've had the good fortune to spend some time with several members of Nokia's just-announced lineup: the N81, the 5310 and 5610 from the XpressMusic series, and the US spec N95. So is an N95 packed with HSDPA 850 / 1900 like the best thing ever? Check it all out over at Engadget Mobile!Read - US N9

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Ah, here's Nokia's new XpressMusic 5610 and 5310 in the flesh -- well, in the plastic. Right away one can tell the 5310 is quite thin (about half the thickness of the 5610), yet manages to fit a 3.5mm headphone jack, while the 5610 is far thicker and only has the 2.5mm jack variety. Oook. Both feel

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