It may not be as smart or as pretty as the Rachael, but the C905a is still a seriously cool phone. To start things off the C905a has an 8.1 megapixel camera with a xenon flash, autofocus, and video recording. It's got quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE, in addition to dual-band HSDPA. The screen is 'scratch resistant mineral glass', so it should be at least as car-key resistant as an iPhone. There's a built-in GPS, an FM radio, and memory stick micro support for up to 16 GB.
This is definitely a photographer's phone. In addition to that big 8.1 mp camera, the C905a comes loaded with on-board image editing software. You can resize, crop, shape, and otherwise alter the photos you take right on your phone. That'll make it a lot easier to post photos to facebook, or up on your blog/website if you're a bit more professional with your photography.
In terms of looks, the C905a is a little bit clunky-looking. It's got a pretty standard 'Ericsson' feel to it, which I generally find a little off-putting. That said, most people seem to consider the Ericsson look to be elegant, so this phone should go well with your monocle and fancy suit. You'll be able to pick up a C905a of your own on July 19 for $179.99 with a 2 year contract with AT&T.