NEC Terrain surfaces as future AT&T smartphone
Pictures of an NEC Terrain has been spotted online giving us an idea as to what we might expect out of AT&T in the near future. Photos obtained by @evleaks show a portrait QWERTY form factor and what looks to be Android 4.1 experience. Presumably this model will be a low-cost Android aimed at business users who need to pound out emails and texts all day long. You know, because touch screen keyboards are so bad.
NEC Terrain for AT&T twitter.com/evleaks/status…
— @evleaks (@evleaks) April 29, 2013
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