Nokia to sell 40M music phones in 2005

Nokia estimates it will sell more than 40 million mobile phones with integrated digital music players this year. Last year the company sold 10 million. The prediction follows the launch of Nokia's 3250, a handset with an integrated music player and a twist feature that transforms the traditional phone keypad with dedicated music controls. The 3250 has one gigabit of memory for music files. Nokia's upcoming N-91 handset will have 4 gigabits of memory for music files. The company recently delayed the November launch of its N-91 until the first quarter next year.

For more on Nokia's mobile music phones:
- read this article from the Hindu

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