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Motorola's anticipated Q Pro smart phone has made another, more revealing appearance on the web in a series of pictures that indicate cellco Vodafone may have chosen to offer the Windows Mobile device to its customers.

The shots appear in a short report on Czech-language website iDNES. The machine on display is marked "engineering prototype", so it's hard to be sure how closely it matches what Motorola may finally ship.

motorola q pro prototype - image courtesy idnes.cz

The pictures show the Q Pro will sport a two megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom. You can see a mini USB port on there too and a memory card slot on unknown type - Mini or Micro SD probably.

motorola q pro prototype - image courtesy idnes.cz

The Q Pro is expected to support both UMTS 3G connections and the HSDPA download speed-up technology. Motorola said in February this year it was developing such a device for a Q4 release to carriers - shortly after canning a planned GSM version of the regular Q. Last month at an investors conference, Motorola officials mentioned the name 'Q Pro'. ®

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