Updated from Oct. 2It's refreshing to report on a device that's not meant to be an Apple ( AAPL) iPhone killer -- or an iPhone clone. Nokia ( NOK) has announced its first touchscreen handset. It's called the 5800 XpressMusic phone and it is targeted at young users -- not business people. It looks like a terrific device, but not for us. Reuters has confirmed the device will go on sale in India, Indonesia, the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Russia and Spain by year-end but will miss the Christmas shopping season in other markets, including the United States. The 5800 is a small device with a large screen that measures 3.2 inches diagonally (640 by 360 pixels) with up to 16 million colors. It has 81MB of internal memory and comes with an 8GB micro-SD card as standard equipment. A 16GB card from SanDisk ( SNDK) also is available. The 5800 runs on Nokia/Symbian's S60 fifth edition operating system.