Unannounced Motorola Device Captured in the Wild
Pop Herald has spotted an Android phone, along with our friend Mr. Blurrycam. Although we don’t know specific details about this device, guessing never hurt anyone.
First of all, it’s obviously a Motorola phone running Android. It’s got a pretty big screen and it’s not equipped with a hardware keyboard that we can see. It does have a front-facing camera, so it’s possible that this is a non-carrier branded version of the Droid Bionic, which also has its front-facing cam on the upper left. We’ll try to do some digging, but I sense a controlled leak.
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