Some high-quality shots of the Motorola Olympus have fallen into Gizmodo's fat little fingers. The story goes that the phone was purchased at a flea market, wouldn't even turn on and finally came to life through some sort of developer's menu "with a lot of features" (none of which are named).
Fish story aside, Giz got some great shows of the MB860, which definitely is running Android 2.2 and has AT&T software on it. There's also a hotspot app, the requisite DLNA support, front-facing camera, HDMI out and the non-Droid version of Motorola's updated UI.
We've got $5 that says despite all this awesomesauce, AT&T still does something crazy like locking out third-party apps, but we have way around that, don't we. Check out the whole shebang at Giz. [Gizmodo via Android Central Forums]
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