Sega and Motorola are teaming up to create a Dreamcast based cell phone. The two companies will jointly develop an API for the Internet enabled phone using technology from Sega's Dreamcast console to allow fast downloads of games, images, and other data. Motorola hopes to use the technology to enhance the data processing capacity of its cell phone as it looks to create next generation applications including mobile video phones, while Sega is looking to diversify its product set by both producing games for the platform and collecting API license fees from Motorola. Nokia is also rumored to be interested in entering the entertainment cell phone arena by penning a deal with Eidos. The new phones are expected to appear in the spring of 2001.