Motorola Sage Poses For Camera, Confirms AT&T

The presumed next Motorola handset bound for AT&T, the Sage, has been spied in the wild.  Engadget was passed a handful of pictures showing the device from various angles.  Among them, we get our first glimpse of the keyboard tucked under the screen.  Looking like a complete mashup of the Cliq, Cliq XT, and Backflip, the Sage blends inspiration from each.  Suffice it to say, this Android 2.1 powered phone won’t be high-end stuff.  Look for this to drop shortly as Engadget’s source has been testing the phone for a month now.  Don’t be surprised to see AT&T shed the Sage codename in favor of something a little tougher.

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