We'll resist the Face Off jokes and instead praise Samsung and Sprint who've come up with an innovative new design while most feature phones on the US market seem destined for bit parts in the clone wars. The UpStage literally has two sides: one looks and works like a standard cell phone with number pad and the other looks something like an iPod nano, with a touch sensitive pad and 2.1" color display. This Sprint phone clearly wants to be your MP3 player and phone rolled into one. It's extremely thin and quite small, and comes with a slim wallet case that packs an extended battery. The UpStage has Bluetooth with A2DP stereo support, a 1.3MP camera, EVDO and costs only $149.