Today at the M3 music festival in Miami, Motorola announced the E725, a new music phone for North American CDMA EV-DO networks. The slide-style phone includes several unique music-oriented features, such as a full-size 3.5mm headset jack for stereo music headphones, MP3 player, FM transmitter for playback through nearby radios, FM radio, built-in 16mm stereo speakers, and a 5-band graphic equalizer. The E725 also contains over 40 MB of built-in memory, expandable to over 1 GB via a miniSD card slot. A dual-action navigation pad spins to scroll through playlists, in addition to traditional four-way direction keys. The music player interface is implemented as a BREW application. New APIs provide memory-card access for all BREW applications. The E725 is expected to be available later in the first half of 2005.