updated 07:55 pm EST, Wed December 16, 2009
Device also called the Enzo
Leaked images allegedly show Motorola's upcoming Backflip handset, according to Phandroid. The source of the images claims the device is referred to as the Enzo. The smartphone will be AT&T's first Android-based offering, with several specific customizations including Motorola's Blur interface, Yahoo search, and the AT&T's Nav, Music, and Mobile App utilities. Many of the standard Google apps have reportedly been omitted, except for Maps and the Android Market.
The phone design features a QWERTY keyboard that flips from the back, while the keys remain exposed even when folded. The back of the keyboard also integrates a touchpad to assist with scrolling through content.
A 528MHz Qualcomm CPU is believed to power the system, while on-board memory includes 512MB of ROM and 256MB of RAM. The 3.1-inch display offers a 320x480 resolution. A five-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth round out the expected specs.
Pricing and a launch time-frame remain unknown.