Think that those old Java-based games that come preinstalled on most mobile phones are pretty lame? Then get ready to get something better, as Nokia partners with ATI to bring you games such as "Brothers in Arms" and "Black and White 2."
ATI will work with Nokia to provide mobile phones that can handle better multimedia content, including 3D games, as well as mobile TV and much more. High quality video is also promised, leading to a new generation of mobile phones that will provide multimedia services that one has come to expect from a fully fledged PC.
The three new handsets, which Nokia bills as "multimedia computers," can play music, take pictures, and browse the Internet. According to Nokia, they offer picture quality that rivals point-and-shoot digital cameras and, on the music side, sound quality that rivals popular MP3 players.