Not to be a buzzkill on the eve of the US's foremost cell phone extravaganza, but just look at how much cooler cellies are in other parts of the world: LG's "Oz" camera phone packs a 5.1 megapixel auto-focus camera into a twisting flip phone with all sorts of other goodies built in. The 2.8" LCD display has an amazing 800 x 480 pixel resolution - all the better for watching mobile TV broadcasts on - and the camera doubles as a full VGA resolution, 30 frames per second camcorder.
Beyond that, Oz has 4GB of built-in flash memory and a microSD expansion slot, and is only 18.9 mm thick. That's not as thin as the thinnest flips out there, but is considerably svelter than the Nokia N95, which is about the closest thing to Oz, spec-wise, that you'll find in North America. Oz should start showing up in April on CDMA networks in South Korea or Japan. Folks in the rest of the world will have to be content with surfing over to Endaget Mobile to drool over some photos.