If you were carrying around an unreleased, brand-new version of an incredibly popular cell phone, wouldn’t you be a little more careful with it? That’s the question everyone was asking when Apple’s next version of the iPhone was found abandoned in a bar last month. Today, Gizmodo reports a similar scenario where the newest version of Motorola’s Android device, the Motorola Droid Shadow, was found and photographed at a Verizon corporate gym.
Before the phone was remotely locked, the Verizon employee who discovered the phone uncovered a text stating that the phone was most definitely “unreleased”, so we know this phone is a legit find. Exclusive to Verizon Wireless, the Motorola Droid Shadow will feature an 8 MP camera capable of shooting at 720p video, a 4.3 inch screen, and is expected to run Android’s newest software, Android Froyo.
The phone will also feature 16 GB of internal storage, a Snapdragon processor, and an HDMI out port, all confirmed by the Verizon employee who found the phone. The Motorola Droid Shadow will be out sometime in June or July.
If you’re anxious to get your hands on the Shadow, keep your eyes peeled because someone else might just casually leave one around for you to find. Or, you could always pick up HTC’s Droid Incredible or the original Motorola Droid, two awesome devices exclusive to the Verizon network.