Nokia’s just let slip that the first people to buy its touchscreen Nokia 5800, otherwise known as the Tube, will get a ton of bonus content to enjoy along with their phone, which goes on sale this Friday.
London’s Regent Street Nokia Store will open its doors at 8am to accomodate early buyers, and the first 200 to slap down their cash will get a 5800 packed with extra material.
Inside the special edition phones will be a handful of short films from Futureshorts, as well as Nokia’s Sports Tracker application, Touch Guitar, Touch Piano and Guitar Rock Tour.
The first 100 customers buying a Nokia 5800 in the Regent Street Store between 8.00am and 8.30am will also receive tickets to the Benicassim music festival in Spain.
George Sampson, winner of Britain’s Got Talent, will also perform live in Nokia’s flagship store, with a re-worked version of ‘Pump up the Volume’, remixed by VV Brown.
Is it worth it? We’re still umming and ahhing. Sports Tracker is free, and only Guitar Rock Tour is really worth getting excited about, and you could plonk down a few quid yourself for that. George Sampson? Meh. And when we’ll likely have to fly ourselves to Spain to make good on those Benicassim tickets, it’s not such a good deal.
Out Friday 23 January | £249 SIM free | Nokia