Just barely a week after we last snuck a peek at the Sprint-bound Motorola Admiral, the Push-to-Talk-enabled smartphone has made its way into the spotlight once again. Who's to blame for this latest leak? Why, Sprint itself! The carrier posted an short video showing off the Admiral on its official YouTube channel and, although the clip has since been made private, some still shots of the handset were able to be extracted before the video disappeared. Peep a couple of images of the Admiral's side and rear below.
As a quick recap, the still-not-official Motorola Admiral is packing a 3.1-inch display, 1.2GHz core, 5-megapixel shooter with dedicated camera key (woohoo!), 1,860mAh battery, Direct Connect support for all your Push-to-Talk needs, and Android 2.3 beneath Moto's custom UI. We're still waiting for word on when the Admiral will be launching and how much it'll cost when it does, but we'll keep you posted on the situation. Also, the Admiral's YouTube clip has been embedded below just in case Sprint slips up and activates the video again.
Via Android Central