Yes, it is a phone - it just happens to have a five-megapixel camera in the back. The SGH-G800 is already available in Europe but will make its U.S. debut later this year. It has a metallic finish and comes with mobile blogging and photo editing tools.
2. Motorola Rokr E8
This phone's dynamic keypad takes a lot of getting used to, but its functionality is, well, rather illuminating. The music buttons light up when the phone is used as a media player, while the dialpad is illuminated when users switch to call mode.
3. Sony Ericsson W760
This quad-band EDGE network phone offers cool features like "motion control," which lets you shuffle through songs by shaking the device, built-in GPS and Google Maps and a landscape mode for playing mobile games. The slider device comes in red, silver and black and will be available in the second quarter of this year.
4. Nokia N95 8GB :
This is Nokia's latest N95 multimedia phone - it's almost the same as its predecessor (five megapixel camera and all) except that it comes in black and has 8 gigabytes of built-in storage for songs, pictures and videos.
5. Motorola Z10
It's no design-defying Razr, but Motorola's new Z10 is definitely one of the more innovative designs the company has come out with since sales of its ultra-slim phone started stagnating. With the ability to capture and edit up to 24 hours of video, Motorola hopes the new device will appeal to young consumers.