Early last month we saw an unannounced Android-powered candybar QWERTY from Samsung which looked to be headed to Sprint (not the Galaxy Pro, which we saw earlier this month), and now that same handset has reappeared in a less-blurry, full body shot. Besides the general form factor, this unnamed device appears to be quite a bit different than the Pro, with a display in portrait orientation and what appear to be heavily-domed keys. The obvious comparison here is to the Motorola Droid Pro on Verizon, which positions itself at the crossroads of work and leisure.

Still no word on a probable launch date, much less a release window.

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