If this bulbous Moto slider looks vaguely familiar, that's because we saw it (or something exactly like it in physical appearance) way back in May. Now it's been approved by China's regulatory peeps, which makes it just marginally more likely to see release at some point in the not-too-distant future. Unlike its candybar doppelganger, the ZN5, the VE66 slider is said to feature 3G (in at least some of its versions) in addition to WiFi for a true, 2008-ish downloadin' experience. Around back, you get a 5-megapixel camera that's curiously devoid of Kodak branding. Moto made a big stink about the Kodak angle for the ZN5, so you'd think they'd be pushing that here, too -- could the honeymoon be over already?