This was the first cameraphone ever to offer image stabilization
Yet did you know that image stabilization on a phone's camera is nothing new? It first appeared on the camera of the LG Viewty, which was announced in 2007. The phone's main selling point was the camera, as you can probably tell. In addition to image stabilization, one also got a xenon flash, automatic or manual focus, up to 800 ISO sensitivity, Schneider-Kreuznach lens, and 5 megapixels of resolution – quite impressive for the time.
The image stabilization on the Viewty's camera was of the software kind, however. In other words, it was the software compensating for the movements of the user's shaky hands, not a dedicated optical system. It wasn't until 2012 when true optical image stabilization was brought to cameraphones. The phone to do so was the Nokia Lumia 920, with its 8.7MP PureView camera and Carl Zeiss optics.