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O2's hybrid Stealth sports a keypad as well as all the usual PDA features in a slider phone form factor. We can't decide if we want it to be smaller or bigger, but it's sexy all the same.
The new Samsung SGH-i320N is designed to cater for those who think text input through a QWERTY keyboard is faster and better than hand writing or the conventional keypad.
Not satisfied with the standard 2.0 or 3.2megapixel phones that are currently in the market, LGhas decided to raise the bar by introducing a 5.0-megapixel GSM phone - the LG KG 920.
Sony Ericsson's latest fashion statement comes in the form the of the sexy Z610i clamshell mobile phone, but there's more to it than just looks. This 3G camera phone can work and play just as hard.
Samsung truly keeps the slim slider formula alive with the new SGH-D900 by adding tons of useful features as well as a 3.13-megapixel camera to boot.
Need a smaller and more streamlined alternative to the Nokia N93? You could consider the new N73 that packs a 3.2-megapixel camera, 3G, videocall, mini-SD expansion and more.
The Hermes, also known as the TyTN, is the latest offering from HTC. Equipped with Wi-Fi, HSDPA, 3G capability and solid core improvements, the Hermes looks set to be a hit.
Packed with tons of programs and functions, the Sony Ericsson M600i is sure to address the needs of those who want everything "to go", all except for digital imaging.
Samsung introduces the SGH-E900, a slider phone with stunning looks and practical features such as a 2.0-megapixel camera as well as an external microSD card slot.
Sony Ericsson has teamed up with Sony to introduce, for the first time, a Cybershot camera phone with 3.2-megapixel CMOS sensor, the K800i.