Engadget got ahold of some clear photos of the Motorola Sage, a great improvement over the last photo of the phone. The phone includes a four row QWERTY keyboard, some variant of MOTOBLUR, 3.1" touchscreen, camera with flash, and a very strange looking square trackpad
The Motorola Sage, according to Engadget, is headed to AT&T thanks to some FCC filings and runs the MOTOBLUR 2 skin, like on the Droid X and Droid 2. The phone will also ship with Android 2.1 installed.
Phandroid notes that the Sage "looks a lot like the style HTC used to use back when they were releasing WinMo handsets left and right." Phandroid also suggests that the phone will ship with an 8GB microSD card.
Engadget also thinks that the device will be launching soon:
You'll have to make do with Android 2.1 when the Sage launches, which can't be too far off from now given that our tipster has had his test unit for a good month already.
Android Central writes that they hoped "the difference between high-end Motorola smartphone and low-end Motorola smartphone might at least creep toward the middle. But what we see here sure looks like it's from the same family as the Backflip."
Head over to Engadget for some more photos of the Motorola Sage.
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