Virgin Mobile's current Android lineup consists of the LG Optimus V and Samsung Intercept, but a new leak has shown that it may be adding a third device to its stable in the near future. The folks at Pocketnow got their hands on the image you see above, which shows a Motorola-branded device sporting a vanilla(!) build of Android and a Virgin Mobile app on its home screen. Unfortunately, there's not much more available on this device besides what we can glean from the photo.
It's kind of interesting that this device has only three columns of icons since there are normally four on an Android phone's home screen, but the press shots of the Optimus V actually featured the same look. If this handset is indeed legit, it could make for another great addition to Virgin's lineup, especially since it's been so long since we last saw a Motorola-made handset with a stock build of Android. What do you all think of this unnamed Moto device? Does it look like something you may be interested in?