Can’t get enough of the Motorola Shamu? Apparently this is your week, because after getting a mock-up of the device and then seeing its backside, another image has leaked that may give us a glimpse at its screen.
A photo that claims to show the “About phone” screen of the Motorola Shamu has surfaced in the Droid-Life comments. The display shows that the device identifies itself as “AOSP on Shamu” that’s running Android L. The kernel that it’s running originates from Google and was made in late August.
Looking at the body of the Motorola Shamu, we can see in the brightened image on the right that its got rounded edges. The upper left corner and bottom of the unit show Motorola prototype logos that we’ve seen on previously-leaked hardware.
I think we all kind of expected the Motorola Shamu to come preloaded with Android L, so today’s leak doesn’t reveal a ton in the way of new information about the whale of a device. It does add support to the rumors that the Shamu is a Google-backed Nexus, though, so we’re not going to complain about this leak.
Now that it seems as though the pieces of the Motorola Shamu puzzle are coming together, are you getting excited for the device?