Nokia amplifies mobile experience with new DAB digital radio headset

 

Posted on October 20th, 2010 | Filed under: Accessories

Recently, Nokia enriched its mobile phone segment with new devices which offer advanced features. The company offers utmost comfort with its new and vibrant DAB digital radio headset for the incredible N8, C7, E7 and other Symbian^3 phones, highlights Nokia Conversations.

Flaunting the handy USB-On-The-Go feature, the peripheral promises to put forth exceptional reception and enhanced sound quality. The offering lends support to the enticing DAB+ standard which utilizes proficient audio codec.

The adapter functions intuitively when users plug it into the micro-USB port on the Nokia N8. Moreover, it packs in ergonomically designed in-ear headphones. The convenience level is augmented since the solution offers call-handling, channel and volume controls. As light as 30.5gms, the new entrant captivates many with interesting features.

Radio software available on various mobile phones immediately saves stations, shows artist and track information and displays images offered by the broadcaster. Smart Tuning selects the best reception. This enthralling software will come pre-loaded on some handsets or can be downloaded from the Ovi Store and device’s support pages.

The offering is anticipated to be tagged at £40- £45 and will be available in the fourth quarter 2010 starting from the UK.

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