Nokia has mistakenly leaked the photo (a tiny one) of the soon to come Nokia 5710 XpressMusic which is set to replace the popular but hopelessly obsolete Nokia 5610 which launched the XpressMusic service in the UK.
The phone was spotted on Nokia's official US web page and it looks like it will have a swivelling two-faced keyboard as well as a two-toned colour scheme which GSMarena says will be similar to the Nokia 5700 transformers edition (which it is also replacing).
The phone, which will aim at savvy cash strapped music listeners, will almost certainly come with a 3.2-megapixel camera (complete with LED light and GPS functionality) and up to 8GB microSD card support. Other rumoured specs include the fact that it is built around the Series 40 Platform.
What's weird is that the successor to the 5700 was first spotted on a Chinese website back in October 2007 and that Nokia is only releasing it now, 15 months later.
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Nokia has released a number of near anonymous phones lately. With no pricing and availability details for the 5710 either for the UK or US market, Nokia has yet to set the world alight with the XpressMusic service, the one major feature where the Finnish company has the upper hand on Apple's iPhone.