Are you ready to rock? Because PhoneScoop got the scoop on the Chi Mei UCP-100, a promising new Windows Mobile-powered smartphone which could possibly end up being the successor to Motorola's MPx220 (Chi Mei made that phone, too). This clamshell-style handset has quad-band GSM, EDGE, 1.3 megapixel digitial camera, Bluetooth, and a miniSD card slot, but the best part is that it sports built-in 802.11g WiFi. Oh, and it also has Kineto's new UMA software we wrote about the other day, which'll let you seamlessly hop between WiFi and cellular networks, automatically switching you from one to the other depending on how close you are to a hotspot. No word on when this might arrive over here or what it might be called when it gets here.
Chi Mei's UCP-100 may or may not be Moto's next Smartphone, but we do know it has 802.11g
Peter Rojas|February 17, 2005 9:01 AM
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