The Nokia 5250, the low-cost touchscreen phone first glimpsed in the Ovi Store last week, has now officially been launched.
Obviously aimed at the cheaper end of the market, Nokia's official blog makes a big deal about the phone's music capability, offering with it a free mobile version of Guitar Hero 5 preinstalled.
To carry your downloaded music there's a piddling 51MB of memory on board, but thankfully you can expand this with a 16GB memory card.
Spec-wise it doesn't exactly take your breath away, as it runs the Symbian 1 OS with a 2.8-inch TFT screen and 640x369-pixel resolution. It comes with a 2-megapixel camera, with Ovi Share installed so you can upload your snaps to the web.
But because the 5250 doesn't have much to drain its power, it offers a fair amount of talk time -- 7 hours -- and can play music for 24 hours without a recharge.
It will cost €115 (£95) before taxes and operator subsidies. As usual Nokia won't give a firm UK release date, just a rather vague "sometime in the fourth quarter", which could mean as late as Christmas.
As far as we can see, the phone looks like it will a replacement for the Nokia 5230, which we schmoozed last year. And it does look a decent bet for the budget semi-smart phone market Nokia already does well in.
Last week the Nokia pumped out the X3 Touch and Type, another cheapish phone that has a combination of touchscreen and keyboard.
Does the styling and music capability of the Nokia 5250 impress you? Or would you rather the company brings out more spec-heavy phones? Let us know in the comments section below.