Look what we have here -- why, that's the as-yet-still-unannounced Motorola Droid X2. We don't have a whole lot of new information to go with, but it matches up with previous leaks (here and here), and we see it's running Froyo -- Android 2.2.2, to be exact -- though that may very well change before this one gets on the shelf. It carries the same Droid X styling as last year's model, complete with the physical buttons and humped back, and we see HDMI out beside the microUSB port. Around back we see an 8MP shooter with a dual flash setup, and the words "HD Video". Still no sign of LTE on it, but we wouldn't rule it out completely just yet. This all matches up with what we heard before regarding the Droid X2's specs.
As for when we'll see it? We've heard that that leaked roadmap from a week or so ago isn't completely accurate, and that some phones may drop sooner than we think, which would be just fine by us.
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