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.

There are 6 comments

Anonymous says:

Why oh why do they keep putting cool phones on shitty networks!

Hugo says:

I hate AT&T as much as the next person, but AT&T is not shitty compared to T-Mobile or Sprint. That being said, I love my Moto Droid on Verizon.

Anonymous says:

Don't matter

they put the nexus one on tmobile

The only good answer is VZW.

mgabo says:

it looks like the keyboard could be from electronic paper, in that case could be more ways of how to use it: full qwerty from both sides, bb styled suretype keyboard or normal keypad when you slide only one part. Also look very interesting to me, specifications could be very interesting too. And the big thing is it is THIN. I like it, looks like Motorola could be rising again???

Totalitus says:

Everyone needs to stop bagging on At&t...

Anonymous says:

Why its the truth and the truth hurts. My friends bitch about their iphone all the time...