Motorola Olympus "about screen" revealed, or is it all just a fake?
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But the lack of this bar doesn't totally rule out the picture as being the real thing. According to a so-called Android insider named Romain Guy, the photo you see of his home screen-also with no notification bar-is a stock and unmodified version of Android that runs on his Nexus One. He refuses to reveal which version of Android he is running, but we would imagine it is Gingerbread.
A convoluted story to be sure, but still plausible. Anyone care to share an opinion in the comments box below?
1. achilles posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:49 0 0
Looks to be absolutely fake. Where did it come from? Why aren't there other pictures? If a picture of the screen is captured, why not the device? I could do a better photo shop job showing android 5.0 aka Cookie Dough
2. nak1017 posted on 14 Oct 2010, 13:04 0 0
I agree, fake. How would you have an "unknown" baseband, isn't the point of listing it for development purposes? I'd also imagine the build number would have a number or indicator of some sort.
4. XxVerbalxX (unregistered) posted on 14 Oct 2010, 14:13 0 0
its real. i broke into the motorola offices, rpundhouse kicked the security guard and stole the skimatics. i then fornicated with steve jobs mother, beat my chest like a gorilla, and got an iphone 4 that is shatter proof and i can hold anyway i friggin want. i am chuck norris
5. Chuck Norris (unregistered) posted on 14 Oct 2010, 14:14 0 0
Also roundhouse is now spelled rpundhouse.
6. Condoleezza Rice (unregistered) posted on 14 Oct 2010, 15:49 0 0
Condoleezza Rice is never wrong.
8. Coltcarriier (unregistered) posted on 27 Oct 2010, 13:08 0 0
7. BeBoo posted on 15 Oct 2010, 08:13 0 0
If it's a Motorola, you know it's going to be running that ugly Motorola Application Platform, not stock. Also, those screenshots don't look any different than 2.1 (icons, widgets, etc).