Nokia held a big shindig in London today where, as expected, they officially launched the XpressMusic 5800. The 5800 is the first device to feature the S60 5th Edition operating system, which adds support for fingertip and stylus-based input and high-resolution displays. As you might expect from that, the 5800 does in fact pack a high-res, touch-friendly screen: 3.2" of resistive touchscreen at 640 x 360 pixels.
The 5800 also features a 3.2MP Carl Zeiss Tessar camera with dual-LED flash and full 640 x 360 video capture at 30fps, 3.5mm headphone jack, WiFi, and Stereo Bluetooth connectivity. Speaking of connectivity, the device will come in three variations including one with North American HSDPA banding (yay!). The 15.5mm thick candybar phone will be available in red, black, and blue for just shy of $400 USD when it ships later this year.
That 400 bucks will get you the phone and a punch of pack-ins including an 8gb memory card, portable stand (for video watching), and both styli and a plectrum (seriously) for your inputting pleasure. A Comes With Music version of the 5800 will also be made available early next year, though as a yet unannounced price.