Remember the Android-based Motorola Shadow, appeared in a leaked photo just before the end of 2009? Apparently, the smartphone is a QWERTY-equipped one that could become Google’s next Nexus phone – namely the Google Nexus Two.
We’ve already heard that Google might be readying an enterprise Nexus handset with a QWERTY keyboard, and, well, the Motorola Shadow can certainly pass as an enterprise phone.
The folks over at Mobile01 have two renderings that show the Moto Shadow – the device looks like a Motorola Droid, but has a different keyboard that includes a wrist strap:
The rumored features of Motorola Shadow / Google Nexus Two include a 4.3 inch WVGA touchscreen display, HMDI port, and an 8MP camera with HD video recording.
Of course, at the moment there’s no real proof that the Shadow will be the Google Nexus Two, but I guess things will be sorted out soon.
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