Motorola Olympus – one of Moto’s next high-end Android smartpohnes – has appeared in a new set of photos, and this time we can confirm that it runs Android 2.2 Froyo.
The new images also confirm that the Olympus features MotoBlur (which might be bad news for some), and that its model number is Motorola MB860.
Moreover, we can see that there’s an HDMI port, and a microUSB port on the left side of the handset.
Like the LG Star P990 (another unannounced Android handset), the Olympus seems to be based on Nvidia’s new Tegra 2 chip.
Last time we heard about it, the Motorola Olympus was supposed to arrive at AT&T in December (i.e. this month), or in January next year. It will certainly be one of AT&T’s hottest new smartphones, so let’s wait for new details to show up.
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