Mobile manufacturer Nokia has announced the release of its 5230 Nuron mobile phone.

The smartphone promises to feature the latest applications and technology for users.

Nokia’s vice-president of sales Mark Slater said: "The Nokia 5230 Nuron is a great product… and provides consumers with more compelling mobile experiences as they navigate, watch video, play games and social network."

Touchscreen is one of the features that could be enjoyed on the handset, in addition to 3G and Ovi Maps – Nokia’s popular navigation app.

Ovi Maps allows users to find their way around whether in a vehicle or on foot and has enjoyed more than one million downloads from the Ovi Store.

Social networking fans could also enjoy the ability to update Facebook friends on their location through the device.

Nokia has recently announced the C5 and suggested the mobile will be available from the second quarter of 2010 for a price of approximately €135 (£122).

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Posted by Dan Latham

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