For unknown reasons, Motorola hasn’t released any touchscreen phones with a display resolution larger than QVGA.
Even the 2.8 inch display of the brand new MotoSurf A3100 comes with only 240 x 320 pixels. Of course, that’s not necessarily a bad thing, but you can’t say more pixels aren’t cool.
Fortunately, it looks like Moto’s first high-resolution touchscreen phone is in the making, and we might see it soon in an official announcement.
Some images with said phone have appeared over at Engadget, and, if they indeed represent a real device, then Motorola could have a winner on this one.
The handset’s rumored specs include a 5MP autofocus camera with Kodak lens and Xenon flash, TV-out and (obviously) a large touchscreen.
Now let’s wait for further details to emerge, while hoping that the device is not just a photoshop-made one.
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