Sony Ericsson's new P800 might very well be the most advanced triband smartphone in the industry. It's the first attempt of Sony Ericsson to break into the phone/PDA combo, and the first Symbian OS v7.0 handset available. It's aimed at the high end $1000+ mobile phone market, carrying with it a slew of features, options, and gadgets. The feature rich P800 delivers with a vibrant 4,096 color display which puts it up there with the likes of the popular Nokia 9200 Communicator series and the Handspring Treo.
The P800 has the sleek look one would expect from Sony coupled with the practicality of Ericsson. Notables in the P800's design include the built-in digital camera (which is a convenient, popular thing nowadays), VGA touch screen, and a removable flip (you can actually operate the thing as a phone even without the flip. It simply goes into "virtual flip" mode).