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[Video] Motorola Admiral Video Leaked To Public

Aaron Tilton
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A leaked video of the new Motorola Admiral hit the web today. The new Android handset hasn't even been announced yet but that didn't stop Sprint's Youtube channel from letting the 'droid out of the bag' with the release of an overview video for the “productivity” smartphone in BlackBerry format.

With this latest unannounced Android device, it appears Sprint is aiming squarely at the business crowd. The video touts the Motorola Admiral as a “productivity powerhouse”, featuring a brief-case friendly 3.1 inch screen, four-row QWERTY keyboard, 5MP camera and Direct connect/Mute buttons.

Check out the video and stills below for a better idea of what the BlackBerry inspried phone will have to offer. It will be interesting to see what Sprint will have to say when the device is official announced sometime in the near future.

(Pictures: Android Central)

 

 

 

 

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  • Di Tao Sep 23, 2011 Link

    I can't get that excited about another BlackBerry clone. Their screen are so small there is no point in making them touch screens. I just feel cramped when I drag my finger over the glas!

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  • Bob Hart Sep 23, 2011 Link

    You know I really don't mind them. They aren't what I would want to get for myself but I guess the blackberry image is so connected with business for me that I tend to take them more seriously. A big touch screen seems to be something for around the home for me while Id more expect to see something like this in an office and would probably take it more seriously in that context.

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