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Monday, 23 February 2009 09:22

Touch screen Motorola handset leaks

Written by test

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Has 5 Megapixel camera and TV-out

Despite the not so good financial situation at Motorola, the company keeps working on bringing out new devices and the most recent leak is if a device that wasn't shown at the Mobile Word Congress and it doesn't even have a name as yet.

There isn't much in terms of technical details either, although the handset will feature a large touch screen display, a 5 Megapixel Kodak camera and TV-out functionality as seen from the pictures of the handset which leaked to Engadget. It also looks like it will have a front facing camera for video calls, a xenon flash for the rear camera, as well as an LED light which we presume is used for the auto focus function in poor light conditions.

However, Engadget is suggesting that this might be Motorola's first Android device, which makes it all the much more interesting, as this would be the first real killer Android device in our opinion, as the HTC made devices haven't really delivered when it comes to stand-out features. It's unlikely it will be Windows Mobile as it's lacking several of the "required" buttons, although Engadget is also suspecting that it might just be running the bog standard Motorola OS for touch screen devices which would make this device a lot less appealing.

You can find the pictures here
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