Sony has unveilved the S700, it uses an innovative swivel-open design that allows use of the phone in three ways… photo shoot, browse, and talk, or text and email. The back side of the phone looks like a traditional Sony digital camera, its 1.3 megapixel CDD with 8x digital zoom is nothing close to what you get with a dedicated digital camera, but good enough for a phone. Images can be stored on a Memory Stick Duo, making transfers to a computer easy. The S700 can also stream and capture video clips… seems like Sony is also taking PMP (Portable Media Player) seriously, since this device can playback video files off the Memory Stick as well, it’s limited (only MPEG-4), but a sign of what will be coming. Bluetooth and IR is still standard and an updated polyphonic ringtone system now has up to 74 voices. A couple more notable features are the 2.3″ touchscreen and MP3 audio playback. The only thing I don’t see mentioned for this model is a FM tuner. No pricing information yet, but this phone is expected sometime in Q4 of 2004.