The Nokia E72, 5530 XpressMusic and 3710 Fold have been unveiled at a company event in Singapore.
According to the manufacturer, each of the handsets all serve a different purpose and could be a tempting proposition for all kinds of people recycling mobile phones.
The E72 follows the "hugely successful" Nokia E71 and offers fast access to a range of messaging services including those from Ovi, Yahoo! and Google. It also has a full qwerty keyboard.
Commenting, the Finnish company said it would be "a great device for people who want to be connected and productive in both their personal and professional lives".
Aimed more at music lovers, the Nokia 5530 XpressMusic is the latest addition to a range that also includes the touchscreen 5800 model and the 3710 Fold is claimed to provide style and functionality in one gadget.
"The compact Nokia 3710 fold adds a personal touch with an artistic pattern on the cover and comes with an appealing array of features," it concluded.
Nokia’s 5800 is available as part of the company’s Comes With Music package.
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