Motorola and Symbol bring us a new device that fits solidly in the would-have-been-way-cooler-last-year segment. While this device packs a huge array of features into a fairly compact 185 gram device, the feature set is lacking any 3G connectivity, ROM capacity is 128MB rather than 256MB, and it comes flavored with Windows Mobile 5, not 6. Featuring a 416MHz CPU, touchscreen, quad band GSM plus EDGE, WiFi, USB 1.1, Bluetooth 1.2, 2 megapixel cam, and integrated GPS, the handset does pack the goodies -- but with a couple tweaks it could have become a showpiece for AT&T. We do, however, love the fairly big 2.8 inch display and that sweet-looking QWERTY keypad, but it just isn't enough to make our hearts sing. This handset is aimed solidly at the business set, but with other kicking Windows Mobile devices in the stable, is it a case of too little, too late? There is no word on pricing, but we can expect this handset to appear sometime in April.

[Via MobileTechReview]

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