My cell phone's charger wound up left in St. Maarten, and since it was a piece of junk anyway I'm thinking I'll replace it with a reasonably "hackable" cell phone. I'd particularly like something that can run Python, which I *think* limits me to Nokia S60-based devices. So, what does the lazy-web suggest, what's the best Python-hackable handset available (I'll be on the Rogers/Fido network in Toronto mostly, GSM)? I'm hoping to keep the cost non-stratospheric, but it'll be my primary handset for a few years. I'm thinking of writing software on a computer to run on the phone, incidentally, not writing software on the phone itself.
Of course, who knows if I'll get enough time to really program in Python for it, but still, I'd like the option.