It’s funny, really. When it comes to any kind of indoor plumbing, the last thing you want to experience is a leak. When it comes to anything related to the world of consumer electronics, we gobble up leaks like a fat kid on candy. We love them. And today’s leak is no exception.
Motorola hasn’t been doing all that well lately, but taking a look at their roadmap for 2008 reveals at least a couple of phones that could turn the company around. Pictured here are ten mobile phones set for release some time this year. Some of these, like the MOTOMING2 A1800, we have seen before. Others are pretty new to us.
Among the highlights are the ZN5 (2nd row, 1st phone) with 5 megapixel autofocus camera, TV out, Montavista Linux 2.6.1 OS, and a morphing keypad; the A810 (1st row, 3rd phone) with its Chocolate-esque design, Linux OS, 2MP camera, and stereo Bluetooth; the VE75 slider (2nd row, 5th phone) with dual SIM card support; and the L800T candybar (2nd row, 2nd phone) with stereo Bluetooth and 2 megapixel camera.