Pictured above is an unannounced Motorola Android smartphone with a five-row slide-out QWERTY keyboard. The Sprint Music app is a dead giveaway that it’s heading to the Now Network, likely with 4G LTE capabilities, which should be primed for use later this summer. The tipster didn’t reveal too many details about this Droid 4-looking handset, but we’re guessing it could be the rumored Photon Q 4G LTE. Speculators thought the “Q” represented a quad-core processor, but perhaps it really stands for QWERTY, as in the keyboard. Motorola’s most recent devices on Verizon all come with qHD displays, but we’re holding out hope that this one will feature a 720p HD screen. Also, you can clearly see this device runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and sports a button-less design, which we’re sure would make Google proud. The slider form factor is a rarity these days, so hopefully Sprint or Motorola will chime in soon to let us know more about this particular phone.
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