That blurry little feller you see? Reportedly it's the Samsung Moment 2 -- SPH-M910, for those of you into such things. Not too much to go on, other than it has Android 2.1 and TouchWiz 3.0 -- before you groan, that's the same version as is on the Galaxy S. Also, there's no Super AMOLED screen. For that matter, it's not said whether it's regular ol' AMOLED, normal OLED, LED, unleaded or whatever.
Other bulleted specs you can glean simply by looking at it: It's a Sprint device, it has a four-row QWERTY keyboard, and the three capacitive buttons on the original Moment have gained a search button (and it's about time). No word on pricing, availability, or whether this is all just some blurry figment of our imagination. One more pic after the break. [WeRAndroid via BGR]
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