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Seeing all these new music phones emerge really makes the ROKR seem rather pathetic. Check out this new Nokia 3250: it has a twisting design that will transform the traditional phone keypad into one with dedicated music keys. The phone will be part of a new Nokia brand called XpressMusic, which will consist of Nokia models with dedicated music keys. The 3250 utilizes microSD cards, and the 1 gig card will supposedly hold 750 songs. As for the media player, it'll play MP3s, WMAs, M4As, as well as AACs. It also features an FM radio, a 262k color TFT display, tri-band GSM, a 2 megapixel camera, all together with the Symbian OS. Not only is it EDGE-compatible, you can also share your playlists via Bluetooth.

It'll be available for 350 Euro starting in Q1 of 2006; global availability to be determined. More pics of the phone after the jump.

This image was lost some time after publication, but you can still view it here.
This image was lost some time after publication, but you can still view it here.

Press Release [Nokia via MobileTracker]

Nokia AudioCast [Nokia]

Nokia unveils 3250 music smartphone with 2 MP camera [InfoSync World]

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