Two bits of mobile phone entertainment for your surfing pleasure today:
First, Symbian has posted a sure to make you smile marketing video called "Boo-hoo for you!" that basically rubs our faces in the fact that Japanese smartphones make their American counterparts look not so smart in comparison. While Anime fans may well think the vid recycled and lame, I'm ignorant of what's really cool in Japanese culture and as such really dug the cartoonish explanation of rad Japanese phone features followed by the soothing cries of, "Boo-hoo for you!"
Read and Watch: blogs.s60.com/s60multimedia/2007/05/boo_hoo_for_you.html
Second, Phonearea has posted a high-end cameraphone comparison review. They put the Nokia N95 and N93i, Sony Ericsson K800, LG KG920, and Samsung D900 - all 3+ Megapixel shooters - through a bunch of tests and declare one of 'em the winner. What's interesting about this is that the handful of comments posted so far roundly disagree with Phonearena's choice, citing actual image quality over statistics as the basis for their dissent.
Worth a look if you're considering a high-end cameraphone or if, like me, you're eagerly awaiting the arrival of your Nokia N95 review loaner ...