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Although the Nokia 2630 is an entry level mobile phone with few advanced functions, its appeal lies in being lightweight, having a slim profile and well spaced keys.
The Nokia N95 8GB might be an incremental upgrade to this year's flagship N95 multimedia computer, but it packs a whole lot more improvements and not just slapping on an 8GB worth of memory and a color scheme change.
HTC introduces the HTC Touch Dual, another fine addition to the HTC Touch family with a spruced up processor and improved TouchFlo interface.
The Sony Ericsson T650i has an understated charm of being a simple 3G phone, but its solid construction, use of materials and play on lights make it a real charmer.
As an addition to the LG Shine family, the Shine KU970 brings 3G connectivity to the table, while retaining all of the elegance of the Shine KU970.
A new Walkman phone arrives in the form of the sleek slider W910i from Sony Ericsson. Be prepared for some interesting control tools and mood swings.
The Nokia N81 8GB is a multimedia monster with all the features you'd already have expected from a Nokia Nseries device, now with brand new integrated N-Gage support.
The queue starts here, with the arrival of the Motorola Q9h smartphone with HSDPA functionality for high speed connectivity in a dark sleek chassis.
Palm introduces its next lineup, the Treo 500v that runs on a Windows Mobile 6.0 Standard Edition platform with a surprising twist to its interface.
The Nokia 5310 XpressMusic is an excellent music phone with many capabilities, but watch out for that battery life.