A new Motorola handset made its Internet debut late last week, thanks to a leaked photo. The image, first appearing online at DroidDog on Friday, has since been pulled down, but it's impossible to unring the bell once it hits Android blogs.
As you can see from the picture, the device has a small, square design and it appears to run a version of MotoBlur with some new widgets. Thanks to Android-france, we already have some preliminary specifications.
According to documents obtained by the French blog, the phone goes by the codename Motorola Twist and is slated to arrive in June. The Twist will not only run Android 2.1 and Motoblur. As for hardware, it offers a tiny 2.8-inch screen, a 3-megapixel camera and a 700MHz processor.
This puts the Twist at the top of Motorola's list in terms of processing power, faster even than the Droid. Other details include 256MB RAM, 512MB ROM, Wi-Fi, and GPS. Also, like the Devour and Cliq XT, the browser is expected to have Flash support and multitouch.