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Blurry images indicate yet another Droid phone

A batch of pictures have arrived online indicating another Droid phone from Motorola with a new form factor.

Droid Mystery

The first images of a new Android device from Motorola have made their way online and, just as we expected, we should be getting yet another design. Though it looks very much like a Palm Pre, we can determine only that the handset is a portrait slider with a four-row QWERTY keyboard. According to MobiFlip (translated), the phone runs at least Android 2.0 and will feature MotoBlur.

It's worth mentioning that one of the pictures shows the red "Droid eye" logo on the display, indicating it would be headed for Verizon. To date, the carrier has reserved the Droid branding for the higher end range of handsets. Either this model has super phone specs or Verizon plans to change their naming convention strategy.