Engadget received a picture (mockup, rather) this morning of an Android-powered device known as the MOTOSPLIT. Offering a split-horizontal sliding QWERTY keyboard, Snapdragon processor, and a 3.7-inch display, rumors have it landing on AT&T in Q3 of this year. It could make sense, given that AT&T has announced the launch of five Android devices this year (and a few are still unknown).
As much as I enjoy seeing these form factors hit the market, these funky, flipping, spinning Android devices don't (and won't) appeal to the business demographic in any way, shape or form. If Google has any interest in wrangling the group from the RIM's tight grip, they need to consider launching a few more professional form factors (i.e. DROID, Hero).
That being said, does the form factor appeal to you in the slightest?