As its name suggests, this Java-based GSM bar phone borrows features from Sony's Cyber-shot point-and-shoots. Its 3.2-megapixel camera has a crisp, nonzooming autofocus lens, a true strobe rather than the usual LED winklight (for much greater range and better low-light performance), and a BestPic mode that shoots a sequence of nine full-res frames in one second (so you can save the best shot). One-step Photofix adjusts exposure, brightness, and contrast after the shot; preloaded photo blogging software makes for easy uploads. When you slide the lens cover open to take pictures, buttons on the K810i's alphanumeric keypad turn into dedicated camera controls, identified by illuminated icons. A separate camera module next to the LCD shoots the user, for video calling. About $400, in blue or ivory.