Verizon has kept itself busy in recent days by adding four new cell phones to its lineup. In addition to the LG VX3450 that it launched last week, the carrier rolled out the Pantech PN-210, the LG VX3400, and the Nokia 6315i. The simple Pantech handset offers no more than a speakerphone, and it's packaged in an equally minimalist form factor. The LG VX3400 is also a basic handset for making calls, with features limited to a speakerphone and a melody composer. On the other hand, the Nokia 6315i offers some high-end features in an attractive flip phone package. Inside you'll find a 1.3-megapixel camera, dedicated music keys, Bluetooth, and a memory card slot, and as a 3G mobile, it supports Verizon's multimedia V Cast service. With service rebates, the PN-210 is free, the VX3400 is $29, and the 6315i is a very reasonable $35.