About two years ago, I reviewed the Nokia 5000, a sub 100 euro phone to see how well Opera Mini would run on such a comparatively cheap device. I came away quite impressed at the time but since then the world has moved on. Recently I noticed that the Samsung released the Android based Galaxy 550 which is currently available for 169 euros without a contract. Albeit it costs 70 to 80 euros more, it runs Android 2.1, has a touch screen, Wi-Fi, a memory card slot, a 2 Megapixel camera, FM radio, supports 3G HSDPA and has a GPS unit built in. Incredible at this price point and according to this test report (in German, sorry), the phone including the web browser works quite well. Give it another two years and I guess Android phones with this feature set will be in a price range of the Nokia 5000 I reviewed two years ago. In other words its going to get very tough as we move forward to sell non-smartphones for more than 30 to 40 euros in the foreseeable future.