Samsung Memoir T929 (T-Mobile, 8.0 MP camera, QVGA 240×400) – Black
America’s first 8 megapixel camera features a 16x digital zoom and xenon flash. The TouchWiz Samsung Memoir features auto-focus, geo-tagging, anti-shake, easy upload to a variety of platforms, and can even record up to one hour of video.
Motorola Zine ZN5 (T-Mobile, 5.0MP camera with Kodak lenses, QVGA 240×320) – Black
Designed by Kodak, the surprisingly slim Motorola Zine ZN5 packs a 5 megapixel camera with xenon flash, auto-focus and more, as well as Kodak’s Perfect Touch and other editing abilities.
Samsung Behold T919 (T-Mobile, 5.0MP, QVGA 240×320) – Espresso, Light Rose
Predecessor to the Samsung Memoir, the 5 megapixel Samsung Behold was the first to feature Samsung’s TouchWiz user interface, with its easy-to-use features, LED flash and an expandable memory up to 16 GB.
Samsung Omnia (Verizon Wireless, 5.0MP, VGA 480×640) – Black
Featuring Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro, the 5 megapixel Samsung Omnia’s 8GB memory (expandable to a whooping 24GB with addition of a 16GB microSD card) is as a productive as it is fun.
Sony Ericsson W760a (AT&T, 3.2MP, QVGA 240×320) – Black, Red, Silver
The 3.2 megapixel Sony Ericsson W760a is a slider-style phone with multiple shot modes and easy uploading of photos to the web on the nation’s fastest 3G network.
BlackBerry Storm (Verizon Wireless, 3.2MP, QVGA 240×320) – Black
The touch-screen BlackBerry Storm moves beyond the workplace with a 3.2 megapixel camera, including LED flash, face detection and editing tools.
HTC Fuze (AT&T, 3.2MP, VGA 480×640) – Black
With new 3D TouchFLO, the 3.2 megapixel HTC Fuze is intuitive to use and easy to customize for business and pleasure. Auto-focus and editing tools ensure a great shot everytime.
HTC Touch Pro (Sprint, 3.2MP, CIF 288×352) – Black
With a 3.2 megapixel camera, the slide-out HTC Touch Pro for Sprint has a full QWERTY keyboard and the Windows Mobile 6.1 Pro that business users need while providing the entertainment features everyone wants.
LG Dare (Verizon Wireless, 3.2MP, VGA 480×640) – Black
A reasonably-priced iPhone competitor, the LG Dare has a 3.2 megapixel camera with features including face detection, SmartPic technology and editing tools. Besides camcorder noise reduction, the LG Dare is the first American phone to be able to record high-speed video and play it back in slow-motion.
Samsung Eternity A867 (AT&T, 3.2MP, QCIF 144×176) – Black
Featuring a popular touch-screen with vibration response, the Samsung Eternity has a 3.2 megapixel for not only on-the-go photos and video, but also AT&T’s exclusive Video Share – the cutting edge of video calling.