Nokia to Launch Free Music Service to Full Touch Asha Series

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Finnish company Nokia seems to be gearing up to touch the hearts of the music lovers throughout the world. The Brand has recently announced to provide music service called Nokia Music and Mix Radio to its Asha series. However not all devices are likely to get the service, while owners of full-touch models will be able to enjoy it. The devices that will have the benefit of this new update from Nokia are Asha 305, Asha 306, Asha 308, Asha 309, Asha 310, and Asha 311.

This device has not much features to offer to the users if compared to other Nokia lineup like Lumia, however, Nokia's Asha series have worked wonders in several markets including Indian. It must be one reason why Nokia is enhancing the features of the Asha series. Music is one of the aspects which most of the users approve and acknowledge in Asha Series.

Nokia to Launch Free Music Service to Full Touch Asha Series

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This update now enables Asha devices to access to classic songs purchase from the Nokia Music's global library which consists of 24 million tracks. Asha handsets will require 2G, 3G, or Wi-Fi - for both streaming and downloading these songs. The service also includes the aforementioned mentioned Mix Radio that "delivers free personalized music from different genres or categories."

Nokia to Launch Free Music Service to Full Touch Asha Series

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The Mix Radio service offers more than 100 different channels to choose from, which will be refreshed weekly. Users will also be allowed to create their own compilation by selecting up to three artists to get a Mix based on, and including those artists. The best part is that it also has added advantage of working on offline mode which allows users to store up to 4 mixes at the same time. Moreover this will allow access to music even in places where there's no Internet connection around.

However, Russia will be the first one to get this free service from Nokia and then it is reported to further to other markets shortly afterwards.



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