The are some fantastic music festivals coming up in the next couple of months, and there are loads of different accessories available for your Nokia to let you get the most out of an event. From charging up your phone in a tent, to keeping it safe, to photography in the pouring rain, we’ve got it covered. Read on to find out more.
Surrounded by thousands of merry festivalgoers, and immersed in the music, there’s a big chance that your phone will take a spill over the weekend. So before it gets dropped, it’s worth investing in a protective shell, helping to keep it safe from scuffs and scratches if it does end up on the floor.
Sometimes a protective shell just isn’t enough, and with the amount of rain we’ve had recently, you may be better off investing your money in a water-resistant case. The DriPouch can keep your Nokia Lumia dry whatever the conditions – we know as we’ve taken it underwater to take some amazing photographs.
Nokia CR-200 wireless charging car holder
The fact you can use your Nokia Lumia as a sat-nav device on the way to a festival makes it the perfect tool, but you don’t want to arrive with a battery that’s low on juice. Along with holding it directly in your eye line, the Nokia CR-200 wireless charging car holder also charges up your Nokia Lumia, so you’ll have plenty of battery life when you need it most. If you’re heading to festivals like Reading or Leeds, there’s also plenty of opportunity to escape into town during the day, where this car holder comes in handy once again.
The Coloud headphones are a bright and fun way to enjoy music on your Nokia device. They look fantastic, with colours to match the brightest of handsets, and feature plenty of padding to keep your ears comfortable. They’re the perfect choice when it comes to affordable headphones.
[do action=”boxout”]Nokia Music 1. Press the Search button on your Nokia Lumia and then tap Vision 2. Scan the QR code 3. Tap on the link when it appears on the screen 4. Install the application from the Windows Phone Store[/do]
When you hook up to something like the Coloud headphones, you’ll need music to play, and the Nokia Music Festival mix on Mix Radio is the ideal solution.
Just like the festival you’re enjoying, there’s a great selection of different music, including: The Lumia Live Stage, The Nokia Ultimate Dream, Rock Temple, The Dance Village, Indie Tent, The Acoustic and Folk Tipi, The Electronic Dome, The Hip Hop and Rap Pavilion, Jazz Funk and Reggae Bus, The Swing Stage and Brisfest.
Lasting for four or five days without a charger is testing for any phone, even if it spends the majority of the time turned off. Thanks to Nokia’s colourful and compact DC-18 portable charger, however, you can have your cake and eat it – enjoying your Nokia phone and charging it up again once it runs out of power.
Free Nokia DC-18 charger!
Thanks to our pals at Nokia Gear, you can get your hands on a free Nokia DC-18 charger. We have five to give away. Here’s all you need to do. Tell us in the comments why you’ll be rocking a Lumia at the festival you’re planning to take it to. Based on how funny, relevant or interesting they are, we’ll reach a decision on the winners by the 23rd August – one week from now, and update this post with their names. Make sure you give us an @Twitter handle or email address so we can get in touch if you’re a winner.
And the winners are in…
After reading through your comments and seeing what you guys intend to do with a free Nokia DC-18 charger, we’ve now selected our winners. We’d like to say congratulations to:
Lou Forte, Robert Teir, Brad Willett, David Scammell and Anthony Nolan.
We’ll be contacting you at the address or social network that you signed in with to leave the comment.
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