Let the music play 

The image says it all. Nokia 5310 XpressMusic has just received a JBL Speaker as an extremely useful accessory for helping it provide the best music listening results.The JBL Speaker is definitely not a looker, but more of a device meant to provide an evolved solution. The Nokia 5310 XpressMusic handset is placed in a “socket” that fits perfectly and then uses it for streaming music with it. The device has some large side speakers that are supposed to provide stereo sound quality.

The buttons on this JBL Speaker are quite large, opposed to the little one stat the mobile phone has. No problem in that, as it brings easier handling. Still, the device looks pretty big and will also need some transportation when not in use. There’s no compact way of carrying it around, as there this is actually a pretty large device. Still, it will surely prove to be a more evolved solution than other similar devices. The quality might not be at the same standards as those set by similar music players, although this can be put up to the test.


Nokia 5310 XpressMusic in JBL Speaker

Nokia 5310 XpressMusic has just been released by Nokia along with three other handset models. At only 9.9 mm in thickness, the device is capable of bringing some top performances especially when it comes to media handling. The device supports some of the most frequently used media file formats and also includes an FM radio for taking care of the entertainment aspect.

The 2 megapixel camera manages to take some average quality captures and there is also email and instant messaging support. Connectivity is available through Bluetooth and USB, as most evolved handsets manage to provide. These features are not the main ones with Nokia 5310 XpressMusic phone. It is all about the music rendering performances that the device brings above all others.

The JBL Speaker is just what Nokia 5310 XpressMusic needed for bringing music in an innovative way at best levels. The price that this additional product will be available for has not been revealed yet.

[Via Softpedia]