Motorola claims they're coming out with a couple dozen Android phones in 2010, and with a crop so big a few of them are bound to be pretty weird. This render suggests that the MOTOSPLIT might be one of those.
The Gadget: The Samsung Alias 2, a relatively standard phone that differentiates itself because it has 34 E-Ink buttons that change depending on your current app or orientation. Yes, that means QWERTY typing.
The Samsung Alias 2 may be a dumbphone, but it's got one feature that (kinda!) sets it apart: It unfolds into landscape and portrait configurations, and uses the same keypad in both. How?