According to the CEO of Sling Media (of all people), Nokia is readying a new version of their flagship super phone that will support the US version of HSDPA. Aside from the N95's hefty price tag, lack of US-band 3G support is more or less the only "objective" fault most people can find with the do-it-all phone.
Om Malik of GigaOM.com is reporting that Nokia plans to release the new N95 (N95-2?) next month. Rather, he reports that Sling's CEO is reporting that release date ... But Boy Genius has published their own report including pics of a Nokia brochure that shows a redesigned back panel dressed in black (instead of plum) and a higher capacity battery for the US-spec handset.
Also, pics have surfaced of a new low/mid-range Sony Ericssson Walkman phone. The handset is a flip finished in dark grey with touch sensitive media player controls, a 1.3 MP camera, and a fairly large speaker. Just Another Mobile Phone Blog has pics you can look at, but no details beyond those yet yet.
Learn more about the possible Sony Ericsson Walkman flip phone.