The Nokia 5230 Nuron is expected to be launched on March 24th by T-Mobile, the same day that the carrier is releasing the HTC HD2 for the cellphone fanatic. But if you're a newbie to this world, especially the touchscreen models, and the HD2 is too much phone for you, perhaps the Nuron would be more your style. Powered by Symbian S60, the handset will let you grab apps from the Ovi Store and find places with Ovi Maps. The 2MP camera will get the job done in situations where a flash is not called for. In other words, this is not your kid's Nexus One or iPhone. Still, there are some social networking apps you can use along with a 3.5mm audio jack for those times when a little bit of the Stones or Elton is what the Doctor ordered. Earlier this month, we reported that T-Mobile would let the Nuron go for $69.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and a 2 year contract. Sounds like a great deal for you touchscreen rookies. After all, you're the ones that put the "new" in Nuron.