iPhone 3G SDescription: Apple's new iPhone 3G S looks just like earlier iPhone models, but its belly is full of new innovations. Specifically, there's now a \n\n32GB version; a new 3.0 megapixel camera with video capture and autofocus; a built-in compass feature, which integrates with Apple's native Maps app; \n\nand "better" battery life. \n\nPricing: $199 with new two-year AT&T service agreement, 16GB; $299 with two-year contract, 32GB.\n\nAvailability: June 19, 2009 in the U.S.\n\n\nPalm PreDescription: Palm's first webOS-based device finally arrived after months of rumors. Packed with features and a shiny new user interface, \n\nthe Pre represents struggling Palm's last ditch effort to get back into the smartphone game along with Apple and RIM\u2014and based on early first \n\nimpressions, the Pre just might do the trick.\n\nPricing: $199.99 with new, two-year Sprint service agreement and $100 mail-in rebate.\n\nAvailability: June 6, 2009 via Sprint, though supply shortages are expected due to very strong demand.\n\nWhat Pre Has That iPhone Doesn't: More compact size; physical, full QWERTY keyboard; brand new webOS handheld software.\n\nHTC Touch \n\nPro2Description: HTC's follow-up to its popular Touch Pro, a.k.a. Fuze, the Touch Pro2 packs a punch in the form of Windows Mobile 6.1 \n\nProfessional software, a mean, 3.6-inch touch screen and a slide-out full QWERTY keyboard. Sleek and stunning\u2014if a bit clunky compared to the \n\niPhone\u2014the Touch Pro2 represents the current cream of the Windows Mobile crop.\n\nPricing: \u00a3510 (approximately US$845) unlocked.\n\nAvailability: TouchPro2 is available unlocked \n\nthrough European retailers, but it's not currently for sale in the United States. Rumors suggest the device will hit U.S. carriers' shelves in late \n\nsummer\/early fall.\n \nWhat Touch Pro2 Has That iPhone Doesn't: Large, physical QWERTY keyboard; slider design; Windows Mobile 6.1 OS software.\n\n\nBlackBerry StormDescription: The Storm 9530 is the world's first BlackBerry with a touch screen, and despite some early software "hiccups" it's \n\nnow one of RIM's most popular devices\u2014and Verizon Wireless' best selling BlackBerry. Its large display and included 8GB memory card make it \n\na multimedia machine. The Storm's SurePre's touch screen may not quite equal the iPhone touch-experience\u2014yet\u2014but it did win RIM a Mobile World Congress award.\n\nPricing: $199.99 with new, two-year Verizon Wireless service \n\nagreement.\n\nAvailability: Now via Verizon Wireless in the U.S.\n\nWhat Storm Has That iPhone Doesn't: "Clicky" touch screen provides tactile feedback to improve typing; BlackBerry's messaging and security features; more virtual keyboard orientation options.\n\n\nNokia E71xDescription: Nokia's U.S. version of the popular, candy-bar styled Nokia E71 packs all the punch of its European counterpart, including a great\u2014if a bit small\u2014full QWERTY keyboard. The E71x delivers a quality digital camera and the Symbian S60 mobile OS\u2014within an extremely thin form factor.\n\nPricing: $99.99 with new two-year AT&T service agreement and after $50 mail-in rebate.\n\nAvailability: Immediately via AT&T in the U.S.\n\nWhat the E71x Has That iPhone Doesn't: Full QWERTY, physical keyboard; expandable memory; Symbian, S60 3.2 mobile OS; 3.2 megapixel digital camera with auto focus, flash and video capture.\n\nHTC \n\nMagicDescription: HTC's Magic smartphone, a.k.a., the G2 (Google Phone 2) or I\/O, is the second U.S. Android-powered device. It also runs the latest iteration of search-giant \n\nGoogle's mobile OS, Android 1.5, dubbed "Cupcake," with new features like an on-screen keyboard, integrated device-wide search and video \n\nrecording.\n\nPricing & Availability: Vodafone U.K. currently offers the Magic for free with qualifying monthly service plans. T-Mobile will release the device under the name "myTouch 3G" during the summer of 2009.\n\nWhat the Magic Has That iPhone Doesn't: Google's latest Android OS 1.5; trackball and on-screen navigation; expandable memory.\n\n\nBlackBerry Bold 9000Description: RIM's first 3G, GSM BlackBerry packs a blazing 624-MHz processor and stunning 360 x 420 display, making it one of the \n\nmost powerful and functional smartphones on the market. The Bold 9000 is slightly larger than the iPhone 3G, but its impressive feature set, including one \n\nof the best keyboards to ever grace a mobile device, more than makes up for the extra bulk.\n\nPricing: $199.99 along with new two-year AT&T service agreement and after $100 mail-in rebate.\n\nAvailability: Immediately via AT&T in the U.S.\n\nWhat the Bold Has That iPhone Doesn't: Large, functional full QWERTY physical keyboard; BlackBerry's renowned messaging and \n\nsecurity features; faster processor.\n\n\n\nNokia N97Description: Nokia's latest "multimedia computer," the N97 could really be grouped in an entirely different category than the new iPhones; \n\nhowever, its multimedia-centric nature and massive touch screen clearly make it an iPhone competitor\u2014and one that could actually give Apple a \n\nrun for its money in the consumer device space.\n\nPricing & Availability: Available in Nokia flagship stores in the U.S. for $699.00. No official U.S. carrier as of yet.\n\nWhat the N97 Has That iPhone Doesn't: Large, full QWERTY physical keyboard; 32GB of built-in storage capacity along with expandable \n\nmemory slot; large 3.5", 640 x 360 resistive touch screen; high-quality 5 megapixel camera.\n\n\nBundles of Unreleased 'BerrysDescription: Not one of these RIM devices has been officially announced\u2014let alone assigned a release date\u2014but it would be \n\nwrong of me not to mention them, since each and every one could put the new iPhones to shame in its own right. The BlackBerry Tour is a CDMA, \n\nBlackBerry Bold\/Curve 8900 hybrid; the Onyx is a "bolder," sleeker \n\nBold 9000; the Magnum reportedly has \n\nboth a Bold-like keyboard and a Storm-ish touch screen; and finally, the Storm 2, is, well, you \n\nguessed it, an enhanced Storm with new features like Wi-Fi.\n\nPricing & Availability: Nothing official but predicted $200 - $400; all expected to be released in 2009.\n\nWhat BlackBerry Has That iPhone Doesn't: Revered keyboards; SurePress touch technology; BlackBerry's renowned messaging and \n\nsecurity features.