The FCC has approved a new mobile phone from Motorola the CN620.
This is not the first device from the company that support both GSM and Wi-Fi, but it is the first one that can hand-over an active VoIP call to GSM via Wi-Fi (WLAN), when you travel beyond the WLAN coverage. Vice-versa, only PBX anchored calls will continue when moving from GSM to WLAN.
The approved prototype supports 850/1900 MHz GSM, but the final product should support quad-band GSM operation (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) plus all major Wi-Fi standards 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11g.
Motorola CN620 is a flip phone, supports Push-to-Talk, has a small external display and large internal, basic PIM, web browser and it clearly aimed at the corporate market.
CN620 comes pre-loaded with movianVPN Certicom VPN client. Based on the IPSec standard, movianVPN offers secure wireless access to corporate network resources. You can use movianVPN free for 30 days.
Full specifications and features of the new Motorola CN620 can be found at PhoneArena.com