A few days ago, Motorola announced a new device, the VE66, which is actually their second 5 megapixel device. This slider also comes with Wi-Fi connectivity, and the good part is that all the rumors about this phone were finally officially confirmed.
Features and specifications: slider; runs on Linux-based MOTOMAGX OS; a 2.2″ 256K color TFT display; a quick Freescale SCM-A11 500MHz processor; a 5 megapixel camera, with auto focus, video record, with QVGA resolution; Bluetooh connectivity; microSD card slot; quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE support, but it seems that there will be no 3G; Wi-Fi; FastScroll touch-sensitive navigation wheel, which gives speed and accuracy.
The Motorola VE66 is supposed to hit the markets by the end of the year, but the pricing is still unknown. We will surely be back with news.