From the "Go all out or go home" school of thought comes the rumored HTC Athena, an Ultra Mobile PC / UMTS phone that is somewhere between a full laptop and a I don't know exactly where to place this device in the spectrum of Windows Mobile devices, I just know that this is one hot mother.

[...] that beefy Windows Mobile PPC Phone Edition device is now rumored to be running on a 624MHz Intel Bulverde processor pumping away beneath a 5-inch, 262k-color VGA (640x480) touch-sensitive display. It's overall thickness is in part explained by the fact that it spins either an 8 or 10GB disk drive while a 2100mAh Li-Poly battery provides up to 6 hours of talk, 300 hours of standby, or 8 hours of WMV video playback.

Read: HTC Athena (X7500): a UMTS/HSDPA quad-band UMPC? - Engadget