April 30, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
The Motorola MB810 has just been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance to include support for standard 802.11 b/g/n wireless support. That means nothing to most people, but there’s speculation that this could be the Motorola Shadow, previously nicknamed the Nexus Two as it was supposedly a Google-branded, Motorola-manufactured device that was supposed to come to Verizon.
I’m not much a believer in the “Nexus Two” name or even that this will be a device made for Google, but I’m definitely intrigued by what looks to be the next Android superphone. As a refresher, this device supposedly has 4.3-inch capacitive touchscreen, QWERTY keyboarder, 8MP Camera w/ autofocus, and Android 2.2 OS. Whether unicorn or next must-have phone, this could take the Droid’s crown as best Motorola phone.