Contrary to the popular rumors about Motorola, they seem to be full throttle these days, releasing hot and cool phones. Today we've come across the Motorola VE66 after only yesterday they announced officially the high-class Motorola Aura.
The leaks about the Motorola VE66 suggest that the new baby is geared with some high-end features as 3G, 5 MP camera, Wi-Fi and runs on the Linux OS Montavista v2.6.10.
Unofficial photo of Motorola VE66
Motorola VE66 is a slider phone with a large 2.4" 16M color TFT display (maybe even touch sensitive?) and is swift-winged thanks to the Freescale SCM-A11 500MHz processor. The 5MP autofocus camera can also record video with QVGA resolution, but we are uncertain if it will carry the Kodak branding. The cam phone has also Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP and microSD card slot.
There will be two versions of the Motorola VE66 - the first one will have quad-band GSM/EDGE support and no 3G (for the Chinese market) and the second version will support UMTS and HSDPA. The 3G support is really welcomed, because the Motorola ZN5 lacks it.
If the source photos are legitimate, we can conclude that the VE66 will even have four touch sensitive keys below the display. We look forward the official Motorola announcement of this cool phone hoping for more details soon.