Nokia 3250

Is it us, or does Nokia's new twisty-style 3250 musicphone look more like something we'd see out of Korean cellphone maker like Pantech or LG? Not a ton of confirmed details yet, but we do know that Nokia's hitting us with another musicphone this week that we're guessing will probably be pitched as a budget-version of the N91. This one supposedly runs Series 60 and has a swiveling keypad that twists around to reveal dedicated music control buttons, a two megapixel digital camera, a memory card slot (reportedly either microSD, miniSD or RS-MMC, it's not clear), and support for playback of MP3, AAC, and WMA audio files. Should be out early next year.

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