You can't throw a Bluetooth earpiece without hitting a music phone these days, but Nokia's latest multimedia phone adds something new to the field. What's the word I'm looking for…? A turn? A spin? In any case, if you want to fire up music, video, or the 2-megapixel camera onboard the XpressMusic 5700, you just rotate the keypad. That's quite a… um, bend? Loop-de-loop? I don't know.
The 3G phone uses a an microSD card for storage, with a 2-GB card getting you about 1,500 songs. Possibly notable is its ability to play music protected with Windows Media Digital Rights Management (WM DRM) as well as MP3, AAC and MP4 files. "Stereo" speakers are built right in, and you get some no doubt really crappy earphones in the package, so you'll probably be more inclined to use a pair of Bluetooth headphones (which likely aren't included, despite some photographic clues) since, hey, you can with this baby.
The XpressMusic comes to Europe this spring and will cost 350 euros, with no plans for any U.S. gigs at this time. Check out another pic of the XpressMusic after the jump.