Nokia has announced that its XpressMusic 5530 handset will be arriving in the UK on 11 August. Billing it as a rival to LG's "Cookie" handset, Nokia's new phone is a low-end touchscreen aimed at teenagers.

It's going to cost £130, or it'll be free on a £15 per month contract. Which networks will be carrying It hasn't been announced yet, but we'd guess it'll be showing up as widely as possible. It'll be available in black/red and blue/white colour combos and Nokia says the phone offers "superb value for money".

As previously reported, it's a 2G handset, but it does pack Wi-Fi alongside its 2.9-inch resistive touchscreen, 3.2-megapixel camera and 3.5mm headphone jack. It runs at the same resolution as the N97, but the screen is smaller, so expect crisp images compared to Nokia's flagship handset.

Keep an eye on Pocket-lint for a full hands-on video and review.