Nokia is an old-timer in the cellphone business. After getting bored of producing cellphones more durable than adamantium, they've turned their attention to these newfangled smart phones ("What's up with that? They aren't smart, and they're barely phones!" piped in Jerry Seinfeld). Just today, they've announced a brand new phone: The Nokia Lume 920. And the specs are... well, take a look. Engadget The timing of this announcement comes right before the anticipated announcement of Apple's iPhone successor; it seems pretty likely that Nokia is hoping to deflate some of that hype. Nokia's new smartphone is expected to ship sometime before the end of the year in "selected markets". As much as I joke around, this is actually a pretty impressive list of features. It's a tough market to break into, so there's no telling if it will be enough. With a clever ad campaign, though, Nokia might just convince people that their product is the fruit of the Lume. And hey, if it's worth anything, I already have an idea! It could go something like this: "WhyPhone? Blandroid? Just say Yes-kia!" ...And this is why no one lets me make ad campaigns.