Last week, we got our first look at a new Motorola phone which brought us a flip phone form factor: a first for any Android device. Another set of pictures have come together, though, but the hardware is slightly different from what we remember. For starters, the home button has been moved to the bottom and implemented as a hardware button, while the Menu and Back buttons remain as touch sensitive options on the left and right, respectively.
Chinese site HiAPK leaked the photos and the phone will support China’s TD-SCDMA 3G network. That leaves 1 of 2 different possibilities: the earlier phone was a prototype or it was a version for other regions. The MT820 looks pretty nice compared to its counterpart, in my opinion, so I hope it’s similarly designed for other regions, as well. What do you guys think? Make your way to Slash Phone for the full gallery of images.
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