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OpenFrame and O2 caught canoodling in the wild

Ross Miller
February 3, 2009
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Our good friend Mr. BlurryCam managed to steady his (or her) hands a bit and snap a few shots of a working OpenFrame, complete with an on-screen widget indicating the multimedia phone's apparently found itself a home with European carrier O2. Additionally, it looks like traded in last season's iPhone duds for something in a more BlackBerry motif. Our anonymous tipster tells us we should expect to see it hit retail sometime near the end of February. Want more? Check out another shot of OpenPeak's touchscreen darling after the break.



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