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Android in the wild again? Official name still up for grabs.

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Android in the wild again?

Thanks to Tony (acbanks) for posting the link, this is the first photo of the Android in the wild.

I have to say the phone looks a little smaller than I would have first thought, then again this “google spy” as he is referred to via the link could just have overly large man hands. I have to think that these are the most clear “in the wild” shots we have seen yet.

I am not too sure about the design of the phone, but then it does look good, if not chucky.

Still looking forward to get your hands on this Android phone?

[Via: TmoNews]

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