We've got enough rumor momentum going now so that we don't really doubt the existence of the Nokia Nuron
for T-Mobile -- but if you're the particularly skeptical type, you might like to take a glance at Cell Phone Signal's
new press shots of the handset. As you can clearly see, this is a dead ringer for the 5230
it's been wrought from, the only difference being that it'll undoubtedly swap out the Euro 3G for some AWS
bands that T-Mobile USA knows how to use. We'll admit, we're concerned from the outset that T-Mobile's going to make the grave error of trying to price this thing at $99 or higher -- but if the marketing wizards go for broke and price it down between, say, $30 and $50, we could see this being a serious low-end blockbuster. Is that crazy? Is it even a plausible scenario? Time will tell -- we've only got another month and change to wait if the latest stream of intel is accurate.