BBC has a story on wireless broadband in South Korea:
You can take your pick from 10-megapixel camera phones, to bespoke phones with elementary mixing for budding teenage DJs.
If you have got more serious musical inclinations, a fancy candybar phone should see you right, with a whopping 8GB in its hard drive – enough for 2000 tracks.
Also competing for your attention on the handset is a virtual pooch, who responds according to affection you bestow, and if you happen across a similar phone owner you can cross-breed a puppy and then give it up for adoption to another user.
Then there are the handsets with built-in motion sensors, so you can play games, make music or enhance the core functions of the phone – like speed dialling by waving your arms in the air.