First Intel-powered Motorola Android 4.0 phone shown in leaked render

Intel and Motorola’s partnership has been on for a while now, and today, a leaked render from the guys at PocketNow supposedly show the first Motorola-made Intel-powered Android Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone, with a new version of Motorola’s MotoBlur UI on top and Galaxy Nexus styled on-screen buttons.

The unnamed smartphone might be announced at Mobile World Congress later this month, but at Intel’s CES Keynote, Motorola’s Sanjay Jha said the phones wouldn’t hit carrier testing till the summer, so it might be quite the wait.

The final product may or may not end up looking like this render, but hopefully we’ll be able to get a hands-on with the real deal at MWC this month. In the meanwhile, we’re digging this render y’all.

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