We've already seen the Motorola Morrison Android Phone before so this picture isn't exactly groundbreaking, but any news regarding Moto and Android basically excites us to no end so we had to pass on the news. Unlike the previous snapshot of the Morrison, this picture actually showcases Android being run on the phone. There's little doubt that this oddly color coordinated phone will run Android.

Taking a closer look at the picture reveals more: there's a T-Mobile logo on the bottom right edge of the screen which along with the T-Mobile Android roadmap, all but confirms the Motorola Morrison as headed to T-Mobile. The black face of the screen looks 'higher end' than the original 'white face' which just looked silly to be honest. We could do without the blue but hey, you can't win 'em all.

In the end, as much as we love the idea of Moto and Android together, we're definitely more excited for both the Motorola Calgary and Ironman, two other Motorola devices expected to run Android. This Motorola Morrison, though a solid effort, seems to be targeted towards text-heavy teenagers, not exactly our demographic. We want the real Motorola. What do you guys think?

[via phandroid]

 
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Tallbruva says:

Looks like T-Mobile is becoming the "Android carrier" with every new Android device (in the U.S.) coming out on T-Mob. That's both a good and a bad thing.

The good: I'm a T-Mobile customer. So it gives us options (Sony Ericsson pleeeeeeeease release Xperia w/Rachel!) for our Android fixation.

The bad: I have friends who are on CDMA carriers - specifically Verizon - who would like an Android device but a stuck in contract. If Android was released on other carriers, folks could upgrade or at the very least choose to pay full price if they really want to use the "Droid".

Joshua says:

Anyone else notice the directional pad? That will be huge for gamers!! There are awesome emulators out there. I'm looking forward to more d-pads!

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guanako13 says:

ive a question>>> What UMA stands for,, what is exactly,, im not a english speaker, so im kinda lost,, any help,, i kno this motorola is not UMA-enabled,, whats that???????

thankz btw..