Nokia, manufacturer known for leading the market with its innovating approach, is once again on the path of asserting its might. The latest version, 'Comes With Music' download service is available without digital rights management (DRM).
Online PR News – 13-April-2010 – – Chinese market is delighted on the move and been able to rejoice even amidst the stiffening controls put by the Government from time to time, especially when it comes entertainment part of the mobile users.
Nokia's Comes With Music gives an opportunity to access music for one year. The price is equivalent to price of a phone. As the service is available in nearly 30 countries, what makes it different this time is that it faces no copyright issues as far as China is concerned.
Unlike in China, music is copy-protected in 30 countries, which makes it limited to a certain class. As far as the current scenario is concerned, Nokia is not making any comments, however the move is certainly bound to create ripples in the mobile industry and speciall China.
There are more DRM-free launches in the offing, which are primarily confined to India. Since the country is facing acute piracy problem, the service can be launched here too, as per the research note from CCS Insight.
So, Chinese mobile lovers will be able enjoy unlimited music with the Nokia X6 32GB and X6 16GB. Nokia mobile phone models include 5230, 5330, 5800w, 6700s, E52 and E72i.
The music companies, which will be offering the musical content, are Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music Group, EMI Music, Warner Music Group. The others include local independent labels. To name a few, Huayi Brothers Media Group and Taihe Rye.