How is that different from their current N-Gage platform embedded in all their phones plan I wonder? They long ago gave up on the idea of a dedicated gaming handset and now are just going the platform on many devices route. Not a bad strategy, but they should probably sign up others other than themselves considering how the phone market is (a partnership with Apple would be ideal for them, but it would never happen).
I still have my N-Gage QD, but haven't touched it in quite some time. I'd still like to get Civilization and Rifts for it, otherwise I think I have all the software I'd want on it.