Nokia Speakerphone HF-300, for Comfort in Conversations

The first such product released by Nokia

Nokia has released their first speakerphone, the HF-300 model. For the first time, people at the Finnish company have done pretty well when it comes to packing a large number of useful performances into one device.

Nokia Speakerphone HF-300 is compatible with a large number of handsets coming from this company. This detachable speakerphone uses Bluetooth technology in order to be as responsive as possible to the needs of wireless communication that users might have. Moreover, it manages to pack a powerful speaker and microphone.

Nokia has tried to bring the best possible audio quality with this new product. For this, it used Digital Signal Processing (DPS). This technology is used for removing any background noises and echoes during conversations and providing top sound quality.

“We are committed to providing convenient communications in the car – and out of it too. The beauty of the Nokia Speakerphone HF-300 is in its mobility, it goes where you go, when you want to talk. We are excited to have the speakerphone as part of our expanding enhancements portfolio to meet the needs of our consumers”, said Wolfgang Gärtner, senior category manager at Nokia Automotive.

Nokia Speakerphone HF-300 works with a battery power and a LED indicator alerts the user when it is not charged. Moreover, a sunvisor chip makes it easy to position the speakerphone for use inside the car. Some illuminated keys make using them quite easy, even in poor light conditions.

Another advantage that these speakerphones bring is the fact that they are extremely light, at only 80 grams in weight. They also come with rubber feet which makes them easy to mount on any surface and handle with the littlest effort.

The Nokia Speakerphone HF-300 will be available in the third quarter of this year for an estimated price of 90 euros.

By: Elena Balan, Communications News Editor – Softpedia


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