Gigabyte, the Chinese PC and parts manufacturer, decided to expand into the smartphone market with the g-Smart i. Instead of going through all that pesky "product development", ol' Gigster just decided to clone a Nokia 6270.
Running Windows Mobile 5, the g-Smart i has a whole mess of features the Nokia does not:
2.1-megapixel camera, MiniSD card slot, 2.4-inch TFT touch screen display, FM tuner, GPS navigation system (optional), TV tuner (optional), and support for a host of audio/video files (MP3/MPEG-4/3GPP/WMV).
Goes on sale for $262 USD.