Motorola Olympus smiles for the camera

Motorola Olympus smiles for the camera
And we certainly smile back as we look at the latest leaked pictures of the Motorola Olympus - an intriguing piece of technology rumored to have a dual-core Tegra 2 processor. If that is not enough, let's add that it is expected to appear with the AT&T branding somewhere around January 2011.

The pictures confirm once again its sexy rounded edge shape, but look closely and you will see a front-facing camera for video calls and a rear-facing camera with flash. The screen definitely fits our definition for big at 3.7 or more inches. An HDMI port is also on board and microUSB will be used for charging and/or synchronizing the device.

The happy owner claims to have bought the Motorola Olympus at a flea market and for some reason felt like holding down the volume down key and the power button at the same time and voila - a secret developer's menu appeared. Uhm, too much of a coincidence? We leave it to you to decide, what we see so far is that the Olympus is running Android 2.2 with the BLUR interface. That might change by January, but for the time being take a look at the pictures of the Motorola Olympus and share your thoughts on it with us!

source: Gizmodo




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12 Comments

1. dt401

Posts: 12; Member since: Oct 13, 2010

Verizon needs in on that. Wow. Great looking device, curious to see how well the dual core tegra 2 runs.

8. jwimmer

Posts: 1; Member since: Dec 09, 2010

Verizon needs to kiss off....they've sucked up the Android market too long....about time they suck hind t.....

2. etownone

Posts: 40; Member since: Jul 25, 2010

Only 3.7 inch screen? I thought it was supposed to be 4.3

9. duffman14 unregistered

phonearena doesn't have one in their hands. It says 3.7 OR MORE

3. protozeloz

Posts: 5396; Member since: Sep 16, 2010

I just had an orgasm

4. CRICKETownz

Posts: 980; Member since: Oct 24, 2009

Not really impressed with the pictures but...i said that about the Samsung Fascinate and now i carry one. We'll see what it looks like in real life.

5. ean unregistered

so would have bought this phone if it had a xenon flash :( . is it really that hard to add a xenon flash to it motorola? why not add one and make it perfect? shame. i guess ill be getting the xt720 instead

7. ElNino unregistered

I've been saying the same thing about the XT720 since A T & T has picked mostly jacked up versions of Android phones. Just about tired of waiting though and this seems like a great alternative.

11. ean unregistered

i know. att really has had wack android phones but recently figured out that the reason was so nothing competes with iphone. apple would be upset. but now ive researched the xt720 and it will never get any new android update, no adobe flash, the vid doesnt really record 25 fps but 20 or less, its a mess so seems i will have to get the olympus. if no xenon i think ill still get it if there isnt another android phone with xenon out that is great.

6. Landmarkcm

Posts: 507; Member since: Aug 11, 2009

Wow phones look so similar these days. This looks almost pretty much like my Samsung Transform on the outside good originality Motorola lol.

10. bulldog67

Posts: 8; Member since: Dec 12, 2010

I heard its coming on att it would be nice to have a "good" android phone but has anyone heard of an release date Im due for an update but will wait if this phone is coming out soon

12. jakson0100

Posts: 27; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

Nice looking phone based on the hardware, but take that crap called MotoBlur off and throw some stock Android on that baby. Make it run nice and smooth. for more information about this topic you can visithttp://www.motoask.com/motorola-droid-general-discussion-f31/motorola-olympus-at-a-flea-market-t3094.html

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