May 26th, 2010 publishUpdated   Sep 12th, 2021, 4:20 pm

There’s something about Verizon and their upcoming phones that just can’t keep themselves under wraps. It’s been a few days since the Motorola Shadow was revealed over the weekend, and we’ve already gotten our first shot of the device in the wild yesterday. Not even a day after the Shadow was caught working out in a gym, the original leakster chimed in with his own “in the wild” shot.


Posted by a forum member over at Howard Forums, we were able to get a pretty clear side-shot of the device lying flat on its back and a few more details found their way onto the table, too. For starters, he claims that the device is not heavier than the original Motorola Droid (which is to be expected considering it won’t have a slide-out QWERTY keyboard).

He also clarified some initial specs for us. It’ll indeed be housing an OMAP 3630 processor by way of Texus Instruments, it sports a 4.1-inch screen, boasts 8GB of internal storage with a supplemental 8GB MMC card to create 16GB of “shipped” storage, an 8-megapixel camera, and an HDMI-out port (presumably micro). Drooling, yet?

In related news, our Motorola Shadow forums over at are now open! Stop over to get some discussions going amongst fellow Verizon and Motorola fans who can’t wait for this phone any more than you can.

[via BGR]

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