Images of the unreleased Motorola WX455 have shown up today online, with very little fanfare. If the rumors about it's specifications are correct, we can see why. Supposedly it's a pretty anemic offering, and beside the recent onslaught of superphones like the Galaxy S series and the Motorola Droid X, it's hard to get excited over a mid- to low-end handset. Speaking of specs, all we can be sure of is what you see -- it's running Eclair, has a weird mix of capacitive buttons and some sort of physical pad, a smallish touchscreen, and headed to Verizon. Rumored specs also include a camera (megapixels unknown) with no flash, and a 1170 mAh battery. It should also sport the standard Android array of radios and sensors; GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, compass, etc., but that's just an educated guess.