Now here’s something nice for Motorola enthusiasts. There’s a mystery device that’s been spotted, but unfortunately the angle from which the picture has been captured doesn’t reveal much of this smartphone.
What can it be?
The handset looks like it has a pretty large screen (possibly somewhere around 4+ inches) and if you can notice the faint horizontal seam, it might look like this is a QWERTY device but that can also make the display component a tad too slim. There’s an orange ribbon cable sticking from the left side of the handset which PocketNow says might be used to JTAG (Joint Test Action Group) the handset. JTAG is meant to test printed circuit boards.
Apart from that, the front panel doesn’t seem to have any physical buttons whatsoever. The capacitive buttons on a Motorola are usually visible even when not lit up, but as you can see that whole row doesn’t seem to be present. Now what exactly can Motorola be coming up with? We certainly hope it won’t be exclusive for the Western market only.
Published Date: Jun 27, 2011 10:15 am | Updated Date: Jun 27, 2011 10:15 am