Gizmodo received pictures of the Motorola Olympus, the rumored Tegra 2 processor powered handset headed for AT&T and possibly Verizon that has been getting a lot of attention lately. The tipster who sent in the photos claims to have bought the handset at a flea market.
The Motorola Olympus runs Android 2.2 with Motoblur on top, just like seemingly every Motorola Android phone as of late. The new pictures also reveal an HDMI port, microUSB port and a forward facing camera.
We still have not received any confirmation that this phone actually has a dual core processor inside, and Gizmodo itself appears to reach out to the tipster for further evidence to back up the rumors we have been hearing so much of lately.
The whole back-story about the discovery sounds a tad fishy to me at this time. According to the Gizmodo article, the tipster bought the phone without trying it at all before hand. In addition, he gained access to the phone's developer menu, containing a bypass activation screen, by holding volume down and power. He also comment that the Olympus "is a pretty cool phone."
More photos of the device are available below at the source link to Gizmodo.
Image from Gizmodo
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