Nokia has introduced several new cellular phones here at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and the 6220 Classic has a Xenon flash (see above) and the N96 (see below) has a flash with two LEDs side by side and a "video light."
A month or two ago Nokia introduced the N82, its first handset with a Xenon flash, although other cellular phone manufacturers have offered models with Xenon. This type of flash produces a powerful bright light that's excellent for photos.
The dual LEDs on the N96 -- a successor to the extremely popular feature-rich N95 -- are designed for videos. The LEDs don't produce as white a light as Xenon, but they are preferably, Nokia tells me, for staying on continuously while taking videos.
Nokia tries to optimize specific components based on the target market and applications. The 6220 will cost 325 euros ($473) retail and the N96 will cost 550 euros ($801).