We learned a few days ago that the Motorola MOTOROI was en-route to Korea for the country's first (Motorola) Android release, but it turns out that the rest of the world will be getting some MOTOROI love as well. Speaking at the Korean launch of the MOTOROI, Motorola Korea chief Rick Wolochatiuk explained that the new handset "will be launched in other markets around the world," with the United States targeted for a March release. The MOTOROI offers a 3.7-inch WVGA display, 8.0-megapixel camera with 720p video capture and a Xenon flash, HDMI-out, multitouch (which I doubt will make it to the US version), and more.
Could the MOTOROI be the mythical "Motorola's unique form factor smartphone" that is slated to hit AT&T in the "first half of 2010?" The GSM side could certainly use a Motorola DROID counterpart.