Last time we heard about Motorola Ruby (or RAZR3), the phone was said to be cancelled.
Now we’ve got some press shots with it, and we also know that its official name is (or it should have been) Motorola VE1.
Moto Ruby VE1 was rumored to run on Symbian UIQ 3, and the interface we can see in these new pics surely looks like it’s a UIQ one.
The thing is that, with the establishment of Nokia’s Symbian Foundation, UIQ is no longer under development, this being one of the reasons why Motorola cancelled the RAZR3 in the first place.
So what’s the deal with these Ruby VE1 press photos? Could it be that the phone will be launched after all? Or perhaps Motorola wants to keep Ruby’s hardware and try to put an OS developed by the Symbian Foundation on it?
Well, if it will do it, you should know that Ruby has a 5 Megapixel camera, GPS, Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity – which, obviously, are nice features for a clamshell.
Anyway, until something official about this comes out, the phone remains as it was – cancelled.
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