In the pursuit of wireless shiny things, you're not likely to find anything much shinier (or more wireless, for that matter) than the Nokia 8800. Sadly, it doesn't sound like it's got much going for it apart from that, according to a review from infoSync World: a fairly boring set of features, including a mediocre camera and music player, and fairly dismal battery life.
For a device that's supposed to be Nokia's answer to the RAZR, it doesn't sound too promising — particularly when the US model, scheduled to go on sale next month, is expected to carry a pre-subsidy price tag of $800-$900. — CL
Nokia 8800 review [infoSync World]