Well, running on the back of yesterday’s rant about ubiquitous networks, I’ve stumbled across something that might just be the beginnings of a munchkin. The Motorola CN620. Behind that mild-mannered moniker lies a freaking cool device.
Why? Because if it works as advertised, you should be able to use your CN620 as a SIP (Wi-Fi) handset at the office or local hotspot, then while you’re still talking wander out of the range of the Wi-Fi and continue talking as your phone seamlessly transfers you to the regular cellular network.