Nokia has decided to cast off the negative aspersions brought on by poor financial results and has continued to develop new handsets with wild aplomb, with the latest showing up through the FCC in the US.
Sometimes you don't want to change a winning formula, but you have to change the product. Rather than sticking a boring '2' at the end, why not change the spelling like LG has with the Cooky?
Samsung has decided that its success in touchscreen phones means it should make more of them, so has announced the new S5600 and S5230 handsets.
Garmin-Asus has announced another handset to go with the recent Nuviphone G60 release, the Windows Mobile 6.1-powered M20.
Asus has revealed the world's first smartphone to run on an 800MHz CPU while running Windows Mobile 6.1.
Those guys over at LG have clearly had a creative lunch with a few too many glasses of wine, deciding that the LG KP500, its new swing at the touchscreen budget market, needs to be called 'Cookie'.