Another Pic of Motorola Morrison – Black and Blue

black_blue_motorola_morrisonSome phandroid ninja spies have come across a somewhat blurry, although decent sized pic of the Motorola Morrison. The last we saw this phone, it was mostly blue with white trim on the front.  This time around, it appears to have a more standard grey/black tone to it.  The phone looks a little less ‘entry level’ if you ask us.

It’s quite possible, as Rob points out on phandroid, that there may be multiple flavors available when this phone comes out.  It has just the right amount of color to change it’s personality to fit the user.  If history tells us anything, people love to customize their handsets.  Speaking of customization, the UI appears to be stock Android.  If Motorola is tailoring the experience around social networking, it’s not immediately obvious in the picture.

The bottom right hand of the phone clearly indicates T-Mobile, so the potential carrier should no longer even be debated.  Having mentioned that, this 4-row QWERTY phone still has a lot of unknowns.  Internal specs have yet to materialize and launch date has only been rumored for year end.  Stay glued to AndroidGuys as we’ll share with you as we learn more!

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