Nokia N8 and Java ME
Today, Nokia officially announced their new N8 mobile device, which runs Symbian and supports real Java applications (via Java ME). It's not Android - it's Symbian. And although some of the specs fall short of the iPhone and some Android phones such as the Droid Incredible, Nokia has done a nice job with the integrated camera.
The device somes with 256MB RAM, 512MB additional NAND memory, 16GB of storage, a 670MHz ARM11 CPU, a 640x380 touch screen, and 12 megapixel camera with Carl Zeiss optics, and is capable of shooting 720p HD video as well. It has a second camera for video calls, and an officially-licensed JVM capable of running MIDP Java ME applications with ease. There's also native support for Qt applications.
For a look at the device in action, along with its full specs and availability date (should be October 2010), see http://events.nokia.com/NokiaN8.