A yet-unannounced Motorola device with a side-sliding physical QWERTY keyboard has been leaked. It’s on its way to Sprint, and is currently in testing. As you’d expect, it’s an Android smartphone. Furthermore, it seems to use software Android buttons like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus (and unlike most recent handsets we’ve seen).
Unfortunately, absolutely no details about this device are known just yet. Of course, we can see that it’s got a five-row keyboard. Android Central speculates that it could have a qHD (540×960) touchscreen, and LTE support. The latter is pretty much a given because of Sprint’s renewed focus on that high-speed connectivity option.
We’ll let you know when we find out more about this handset. In the meantime, enjoy the blurry picture above. It’s all we have for now, but do expect more details to start leaking out in the near future.
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