Dubbed the Barracuda, Nokia's new 2630 cellphone (right) is the company's thinnest phone to date, measuring in at approximately 0.4 inches thick. The entry-level phone also comes with Bluetooth, a built-in camera and all your basic media features (including an FM radio and MP3 ringtones).
Its sibling, the 2760, ups the stakes by adding GPRS, video recording and video playback. The phones will debut in Q3 of 2007 for $115 (2630) and $122 (2760). Personally, I'd go for the sister (the 2760) if I had to choose, although the the 2630 does look nicer.