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NTT DoCoMo, Japan's number-one cellphone provider, went buck wild at a Tokyo press conference this morning and unveiled no fewer than 14 new handsets, all of 'em 3G wonders. The lineup consists of 11 high-end FOMA 903i series models, two dumb-but-nice Simpure phones and the N902iL Wi-Fi-ed smartphone.

There's far too much phonetastic goodness to go into here (check the press release at the link below if you dare) but standouts include IC cards preloaded with DoCoMo's RFID credit card software, One-seg digital TV, 3.6Mbps HSDPA, interoperability with Napster Japan and – get this – the Keitai-Osagashi service, which uses GPS and a PC to find lost or stolen phones.

Press release [NTT DoCoMo]