Nokia 5800 XpressMusic
Everyone's been waiting for Nokia to join the touch-screen party. While many thought its flagship N96 would be a touch-screen device, it wasn't the case. Instead, the 5800 XpressMusic, previously codenamed the Tube, will be Nokia's attempt at an iPhone killer. Running a touch-screen version of the Symbian interface, the XpressMusic will support up to 16GB of memory.
HTC Touch HD
An update to the Touch Diamond, the Touch HD certainly looks impressive on face value. Seeing the light in Q1 of 2009, the handset will boast a large, 3.8in touch screen and will also feature a 5-megapixel camera. We got an unauthorised look at a pre-production model and were blown away by the display, which looks fantastic.
Replacing the Viewty (KU990), LG's specification sheet for the Renoir makes for impressive reading. A whopping 8-megapixel camera is the main attraction, but initial reports of the touch-screen interface have been largely promising. The Renoir will be available in Australia before Christmas.