Web site re-design accidentally reveals 4 new Motorola devices including the Tracy XL watch

Web site re-design accidentally reveals 4 new Motorola devices including the Tracy XL watch
Someone working at Motorola might be seeking employment elsewhere after a re-design of the manufacturer's web site led to the accidental leaking of four previously unannounced devices. The four include the Motorola Zaha, the Tracy XL, the Streamline and the XOOM 2 tablet. All but the latter are probably code names, so don't start complaining that the manufacturer is sticking lame titles on its products

Although no specs were revealed, a look at the pictures show us that the Motorola Zaha and Streamline are two very thin devices, possibly close to matching the measurements of the Samsung Galaxy S II. The Zaha resembles the Motorola Citrus or Bravo while the Streamline has the squarish shoulders seen on the DROID series.

The Tracy XL is a watch in the style of comic strip detective Dick Tracy's once seemingly impossible two way wrist radio. There is no word on whether the watch will give the user a full Android experience on the wrist, or if it is just a notifications accessory like the Sony Ericsson LiveView. The Motorola XOOM 2 is the follow-up to Motorola's first Android tablet, and keeping with the manufacturer's new apparent focus on making thinner and lighter products, the tablet will follow suit.

Just in case these pictures were not meant to be seen by human eyes at this point in time, we suggest you study the images very well and commit them to memory. In fact, you won't find the pictures anymore at the source link as Motorola Mobility requested that the site remove them. So far, we have not received that request so you will find the photos below.

source: Pocketnow



1. Sniggly

Posts: 7305; Member since: Dec 05, 2009

The Slimline looks so incredibly fucking sweet. The Zaha does too. I WANT I WANT I WANT.

2. Thump3rDX17

Posts: 2160; Member since: May 10, 2010

i'm likin' the Slimline. what if it was the Droid Bionic? it's not impossible, no one said it's defiantly the Targa and the Zaha looks like something T-Mobile would scoop up.

3. Sniggly

Posts: 7305; Member since: Dec 05, 2009

Dude, if that's the BIONIC and the Targa is still coming out, people's heads will explode from the sheer awesomeness forthcoming from Verizon. I'm having a hard time deciding which I like better, aesthetically. Of course, the other possibility is that those were just fantasy phones made up as placeholders by the web designers.

4. Thump3rDX17

Posts: 2160; Member since: May 10, 2010

i'd need to see more of the Simline for me to choose. o: aw, that would be so lame if they were! Motorola needs to hurry up and get a Samsung Galaxy SII contender out there! (i love how the Galaxy SII is what sets the bar now instead of the iPhone. xD)

8. SavageLucy42

Posts: 211; Member since: Mar 24, 2011

With wait for the watch with video screen coming from Venture Industries in 2013.

9. Sweet! unregistered

I'd really like the the watch phone!

11. EnderW80 unregistered

The Streamline is definitely the targa, all they've done is redesign the back cover. the previously leaked targa images showed a superthin phone with a massive camera bulge. those diagonal ridges eminating out from the camera are their way of trying to make the camera bulge less obvious, and i gotta say i like it. 4g qHD screen (hopefully not Pentile) Omap4 dual-core 12mp camera (rumored) WANT

12. Thump3rDX17

Posts: 2160; Member since: May 10, 2010

it's hard to say, it might not even be anything for Verizon but my hopes are kind of up for your theory.

13. Sniggly

Posts: 7305; Member since: Dec 05, 2009

The slimline is not the Targa. The Targa was next in the product rotation in the screenshots.

14. InspectorGadget80 unregistered

Calling Dick Tracy calling Dick Tracy. I JUST LOVE THAT WATCh. would love to have that or the SLIM Motorola. All my previous phones is Motorola. MOTOROLA SLVR, KRZR, ROKR to Atrix. If any of these come to AT&T I'll get it next year.

15. joke unregistered

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