It's not quite the Motorola Shadow, but it looks like the Bluetooth SIG has leaked another Android phone: the Motorola Greco XT502. We haven't heard of the Motorola Greco before, which is odd considering we've seen Motorola Android devices in all shapes and sizes and doubly odd considering the Greco packs 3G bands--850, 1900 & 2100--that work with AT&T (and Canadian carriers). The Greco also unsurprisingly comes with quad-band GSM, Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth.
From the looks of it, it seems like a rather unimpressive device (similarly styled to the i1). Does this Greco have a place in Motorola's upcoming Android lineup? We're going to say no. [bluetooth sig via intomobile]
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