ExclusiveAt the launch of the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, we got the chance to chat strategy with Nokia's director of the Xpress products group, Sven Jagebro, who said the new handset is the first of many touch phones from the Finns.
Nokia has officially released the Comes With Music service at its 'Remix' event in London, which it hopes will change the face of mobile music downloads forever.
Nokia has finally ended months of speculation and rumour by today announcing the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, which most of you will probably know by the codename of the Tube.
Nokia's President and CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo has said the emergence of Apple in the mobile phone space has done the industry a big favour.
While we're loath to believe scurrilous internet rumours, the long-awaited Nokia Tube (AKA the 5800 XpressMusic) looks likely to debut next week.
An 'informed source' has set the internet rumour mills grinding into overdrive after information has emerged stating the Nokia tube will be released on 8 October.
The end of the wait for the Nokia tube may be in sight, which will be a massive relief for everyone getting slightly bored of wondering when (or if) it will ever land.
Nokia has issued a super-secret press invitation to a web event on August 18, where it will be unveiling two new handsets.
UpdatedDon't get me wrong, I love Nokia. A company that looks at a stick and thinks "that's a good idea for a phone" before making a handset with no number keys is clearly one I can get on board with. But the official name for the 'Tube' stinks.