Motorola XT300 reaffirms itself as a QWERTY Android slider

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Motorola XT300 reaffirms itself as a QWERTY Android slider
A few clear pictures and videos of an upcoming Motorola XT300 have leaked on a German website, but the source is clearly Chinese. The handset seems to be running Android with MOTOBLUR on top, but the most interesting element about it is that sweet-looking QWERTY. The shape and the portrait-sliding keyboard make it resemble very much a larger Palm Pre.

In the boot sequence we can clearly see the red eye that is trademark of Verizon's high-end DROID line, but it seems like a mid-range Android handset, so where is it going to appear is anyone's guess. The Motorola Milestone XT720 is a GSM handset, and has the XT prefix, so the XT300 might end up on another network altogether, and not necessarily in the US.

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via Engadget


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