Mobile phone maker Motorola has unveiled four new smartphones this year, all of them full-touch handsets, but it seems that it is not done with the launches just yet.
What appears to be the upcoming DROID 5 smartphone from the company has allegedly made an appearance online in a series of leaked photos, showing that the sliding QWERTY keyboards are not dead just yet.
As Droid-life notes, the new mobile phone appears to feature an edge-to-edge display, with a small bezel, while also sporting a front camera, along with the Motorola and Verizon logos next to the screen.
Furthermore, the upcoming device could arrive on shelves with a full five-row QWERTY keyboard, as well as with a voice-to-text button.
Motorola might also pack the new mobile phone with wireless charging capabilities, at least this is what the massive coil on the phone’s back, which can be seen in the photo below, shows.
At the same time, it seems that Motorola will be packing the new device with support for Verizon’s 4G LTE network, considering that there is a specific logo visible on the smartphone’s back.
Also visible on the handset’s back is the photo snapper and the flash next to it, though no specific details on the camera quality have been provided as of now.
The rest of the phone’s hardware specifications remain shrouded in mystery as well, though chances are that we’ll see Motorola launching it with the same X8 Mobile Computing System inside, just as it did with its latest devices.
It’s still unknown when exactly the so-called Motorola DROID 5 will be unveiled or made available for purchase, but it might not be too long before the vendor decides to make it official, considering that it launched DROID 4 over a year ago.