Motorola Olympus

Behold, the Motorola Olympus? Perhaps. This may well be the rumored Tegra 2-powered smartphone from Motorola. The Olympus name's been floating around for a while now -- including one likely fake about screen -- with no real proof to back it up. The tipster -- who apparently shopped these pics around a couple of places -- offered no details with the leaked pictures (there's one more after the break), so we've got to go with what we can see.

But let's throw a little more fuel on this fire: We got a tip that Motorola's testing a phone codenamed the Evora -- a fully capacitive, rounded, dual-camera phone -- on AT&T. Which very much fits this bill. Except that the screen you see here looks a lot bigger that the 3.7 inches we were told the Evora sports. So we'll just have to see. [via Engadget]

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kevlars9 says:

Nice. Kinda looks like a galaxy tab.

If this screen is visible in the direct sunlight, unlike my OG Droid, then please take my money Verizon

Se7enth Sinn says:

They just keep making more phones and not fixing the ones that people already bought.. The Droid X will be my last Moto Phone!

I agree. Not gonna buy any more Motorizon garbage. They got my money on the X, no more moto. Holding out for some sort of Nexus 2 on the LTE.

moises1204 says:

finally a good looking motorola phone.

st8fan19 says:

since att bought out my verizon contract and i am being forced from my beloved incredible I am just hoping either this, or the nexus s make their way to att before the beginning of the year.

Phone Freek says:

Bahahhah, listen to all of you drooling over this iPhone clone!

st8fan19 says:

it may look like an iphone clone, but it sure as heck won't operate like one

pseudoelf says:

I don't get the iPhone clone thing. The basic look of all modern smart phones is a slab phone. Basically one wants the screen to be as big as possible on a given phone size. And we all want a phone as sleek as possible. So how are we supposed to have innovative designs if the basic form factor precludes it?

myalover says:

Can someone please tell me why we can't have consistant ordering of the "hard" keys amongst these phones!? I realize HTC is probably to blame for this (Their home key is on the far left, where it's suppose to be) but what gives!?

scotbotmosh says:

All the android phones look the same...there needs to be some innovation on making these phones stand out a bit more.

bludevil35 says:

my thoughts exactly, bring on the Aesthetic innovation

IceBone says:

Nice EVO.

bod1ggity says:

Looks bland, could use some sort of styling or distinction... Thats one of the reasons I always liked HTC their phones run great and look origional. This looks like an Iphone3 with motorola written on the front (much like that stupid Armani phone).

Looks a lot like a Galaxy S phone. Also, anyone else notice that there's a lot of bezel around the screen. Especially apparent in the first image.

Ill stick with HTC they make nicer phones and are easier to root and everything since moto is locking down their phones now

I agree. My next phone will probably be HTC due to the fact that Motorola decided to lock their bootloaders.

AndroidFTFW says:

my next phone is between this and the galaxy s two...whichever is better haha..currently have the galaxy s and i love it!

gtg465x says:

Finally another high end option on ATT. Still wish we had a high end HTC phone though.

chief113 says:

I heard Richard Christy is returning his iphone for this phone.

tdcrooks says:

If Motorola continues to lock their bootloaders, no sale. Would you buy a PC in which you couldn't install any other OS than the one that came with it?

Go Android! says:

Looks like the Motorola Defy and the Defy also has a 3.7" or 3.8" screen