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.
Press Release [Nokia via MobileTracker]
Nokia AudioCast [Nokia]
Nokia unveils 3250 music smartphone with 2 MP camera [InfoSync World]