Here we have it, folks. The Kyocera Oblique has cleared the FCC, and even better, we've stumbled across leaked snapshots of the device -- in both the black and pink varieties. We'll forgive you if you haven't kept track, but this is the handset that's rumored to replace the Samsung Intercept on Sprint come September 11th. Like its forebear, it features only EV-DO Rev. 0 (as opposed to Rev. A), which means it'll limp along the Now Network when you're not within range of a WiFi hotspot -- thankfully, it supports 802.11n and Bluetooth. The QWERTY slider is rumored to have a 3.2 megapixel camera, a low-res QVGA screen and to ship with Android 2.3. Follow the break for a glimpse of the black version, and check the source for the high-res stills of Mr. Blurrycam's work.
Kyocera Oblique slides through FCC, Mr. Blurrycam finds one elsewhere
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