Field report tidbits from Engadget's resident mobile insider, the Boy Genius.
The Boy Genius has hooked Engadget Mobile up with the latest exclusive hotness: an unnamed Motorola prototype (one that we're hoping does not feature M-Track) obviously very closely resembling the V3x made its way into our mitts. This version, however, uses 850/1900MHz UTMS and EDGE bands, which would only imply it's headed for the States. Its main shooter is your usual two megapixel sensor, the second being a 0.3 megapixel videoconferencing camera. But the software is where this thing really shines, though; it blows every other Moto out of the water. Press the power button and in less than five seconds the device is fully booted -- the rest of the interface feels just as responsive. It also sports A2DP and stereo speakers, 64MB of internal memory, and a MicroSD slot. Our info implies this thing, whatever it's called, could see a Q3/Q4 release on you-know-who (most probably right before the holidays). Click on for some more snaps.