Nokia's highly anticipated 5800 XpressMusic, which was codenamed the "Tube," is now available, according to a Thanksgiving Nokia press release.
The 5800 XpressMusic also supports Nokia's "Comes with Music" service, which allows users to download an unlimited amount of music to their phones for a year --- and keep it, even after the year has passed.
The device comes with both a pen stylus and a plectrum (pick) as well. It has a 3.2" haptic touch-screen, 3.2 megapixel AF camera with dual-LED flash, VGA front camera, A-GPS, HSDPA support, and up to 16 GB microSD support (ships with an 8 GB card).
Jo Harlow, Vice President, Nokia said:
"When it comes to music phones, people all over the world want a device that is a great music experience and still works really well as a mobile phone, without sacrificing features. The Nokia 5800 XpressMusic delivers on this and allows consumers to quickly and easily access and share the content that is most important to them with the people that are most important to them."
Don't get too anxious, though. It's only available in select markets (Russia, Spain, India, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Finland, among others), and not in the U.S. until 2009.