Motorola MOTOSPLIT Shown Off, Coming to AT&T in Q3?

We love the infamous Mr. Blurrycam. In an age where you can purchase inexpensive cameras that range from 8-12 megapixels, let alone DSLR’s that offer even higher resolution and quality, the people who photograph upcoming gadgets before they’re even heard of ALWAYS have a really bad camera that can only take fuzzy pictures. Are they using a RAZR to take these super-secret pics? It’s weird how it works, but almost every great device gets this type of treatment before any official (or even unofficial) announcements.

This is the same situation for the Motorola MOTOSPLIT, a forthcoming Android device that hasn’t been heard of publicly until today that has an incredibly unique form factor.  The MOTOSPLIT appears to have a full qwerty keyboard that’s cut in half by a large screen in the middle; much akin to the much-missed Nokia 6820, except much thinner and the screen is a touchscreen panel. Oh, and it will have Snapdragon’s 1 GHz processor inside.

motosplit

The MOTOSPLIT, from what has been leaked out, can be expected on AT&T in Q3. Could this be considered one of the 5 mysterious Android devices that will be released on AT&T in the near future? It’s hard to say, since those 5 are supposed to be released during the first half of 2010, while the MOTOSPLIT is waiting until the second half to join the party.

The Nokia 6820

The Nokia 6820

All I know is, this thing looks pretty sweet. And if it combines the Nokia 6820′s form factor with the power of a Snapdragon Android handset, the Motorola MOTOSPLIT will become a hot summertime device.

via Engadget

Author: Brad Molen

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  • taylorlauder

    As for the motosplit here's the quote. “The keyboard keys are inset and probably have no tactile feedback, however, they should be quite easy to use. It looks like the cutouts are pretty finger-friendly, as they contour to the shape of a standard finger.” More details: http://bit.ly/motorola-motosplit-details

  • taylorlauder

    As for the motosplit here's the quote. “The keyboard keys are inset and probably have no tactile feedback, however, they should be quite easy to use. It looks like the cutouts are pretty finger-friendly, as they contour to the shape of a standard finger.” More details: http://bit.ly/motorola-motosplit-details