Oh, look, another Pocket PC from UBiQUiO, the 503G. Like its predecessor, the 501, it still looks suspiciously like the Motorola Q and recycles many of its features. You’ll find that the GSM/GPRS/EDGE and UMTS/HSDPA device supports 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, stereo Bluetooth and runs Windows Mobile 6. I, however, refuse to call it a “mobile powerhouse.”
Frankly, it doesn’t appear to do anything different than any of the other Pocket PCs out there. Why settle for something like this when companies are actually starting to innovate their cellphones and smartphones, like the upcoming Samsung Upstage and Helio Ocean? After all, doesn’t familiarity breed contempt, especially at nearly $800 without contract?