This is obviously just a render, but the device in this render is reported to be the Motorola Motosplit, an Android-powered device that packs another funky form factor. Exact specifications are unknown but Engadget says its going to pack a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and it looks to be very thin. The QWERTY keyboard is split in half, so you'll have to slide out both ways to reveal a full keyboard. Word on the street points the Motosplit to AT&T in Q3 of 2010, and if this seemingly gimmick keyboard solution actually works, maybe it'll succeed?
We guess Motorola & AT&T really like unique form factors in their Android devices? Since the Backflip was a lot better than we thought it would be, we'll give Motorola the benefit of the doubt with the Motosplit, for now.