Hyundai is all set for yet another launch, but the auto company is not launching a car this time. For a change, the automaker is trying its hand in the cellphone industry with its upcoming mobile phone. Yes, you got it right. The automobile company will release its medium-range cellphone, called the Dolphin, in the month of May. Resembling calculators and Chinese iPods, the Hyundai Dolphin comes with a 240×400 touchscreen, 3.2-megapixel camera, MP3 player, FM tuner and a Yamaha speaker. Pricing at about $320, the Dolphin phone looks quite reasonable, but it’d be interesting to see whether the company will receive the same round of applause as for their auto creations.