The Toshiba G900 has the following specs:
-Either 312mhz or 416mhz XScale processor
-3" 800x480 W-VGA Screen
-Fingerprint scanner which can be used as a trackpad
-tri or quad-band GSM
-Very likely to include one of Qualcomm's MSM chips (either MSM6*** or MSM7***) which will mean it will effectively have an ATI Imageon GPU built into it, plus all the other goodies that the Qualcomm chip has. Perhaps even the GPSone receiver, which, although isn't a top GPS, is better than nothing.
What makes me say that it will have the Qualcomm chip?
-It is running quite a slow processor to drive a 800x480 screen
-The G500 is confirmed to have the MSM6280 (pocketpcitalia)
-Toshiba have an agreement with Qualcomm to integrate their chips in Toshis products
-It was mentioned in an interview with one of Toshiba Europes managers: "The radio in the G900 is the same as in the G500 and the 3G chipset is being provided by Qualcomm and the multimedia processor by Intel."
This is very close to the 'ultimate' device. What holds it back is the lack of an FM Radio (Important AFAIC) and it uses BT 1.2.
If you hadn't figured, this is the device I'm waiting for
EDIT: Looking at Qualcomm's site, there really is only 1 applications processor that is capable of running a 800x480 screen: the MSM7200a.
Interesting...includes BT2.0 as well.