Behold the first image of Motorola’s and Intel’s partnership (which was first announced during CES back in January), this device, which has no name as of yet, will also be Motorola’s first Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) smartphone. As you can see from the image above (courtesy of PocketNow.com) the device features some of Motorola’s latest design styles, but doesn’t share the same hard-angled edges that can be found on other devices like the DROID RAZR, Photon and even XYBoard tablets. Also gone are the capacitive face buttons, this device will rely solely on Android 4.0′s touchscreen buttons, much like the Galaxy Nexus.
From the side, we can see that the phone tapers slightly (like the DROID RAZR Maxx) and even features what looks like a dedicated camera button on the lower right side. While the device certainly looks like it has a metal-esque feel, it may just be a light colored plastic with chrome accents.
We should hear more about this device at MWC (Mobile World Congress) in a few weeks, including details and specs, as I am sure Motorola and Intel are both excited to show off their first collaborative efforts. What do you all think so far, are you digging the new main screen weather/clock widget or is this just another ugly skin UI by Motorola?