Posted August 30, 2007 9:30 pm by with 20 comments

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We just received an email–from what appears to be a reliable source–with an exclusive photo of what could be the new Google GPhone.

Eric Dytzel says, “Source in Tawain close to has leaked a prototype of the rumored GPhone. Definitely a mobile version and appears to have all the bells and whistles.”

We’re not even sure if we can display the image, so you’ll have to check it out here.

When you’re done, leave a comment and let us know if you think it’s legit. 😉

  • I love the old skool design.

  • Jordan McCollum

    HiLARious. I had one of those.

  • Jestep

    It looks very clean and innovative. And since it says Google on it, it must be much better than the standard phone. Where can I get a free one?

  • Awesome! – I like the primary colors. I love anything that says Google.

  • Wow, technology from the future of 1985.

  • Oh dear! UK insurance company Direct Line will have something to say about trademark infringement 😉

  • Where do I wait in line?

  • It has wheels and eyes! This gives the word “Googlebot” a whole new meaning! 🙂

  • Does anyone know if there is a limit on the amount of phones you can order at one time?

  • Ayd

    You Can See Google gPhone Concepts

  • haha. thats awesome

  • I would buy it!

  • Quality, really like the retro look and feel, does it come with a choice of colour on the wheels?

  • Jestep

    Does anyone know the status of the gphone adwords rollout? Also, where do the ads go on the phone?

  • Eventually this bot will come to your site!

  • Seems great, but those eyes make me feel paranoid.

  • The wheels are giving this real mobility… 🙂

  • lol…that’s a real picture for sure.
    It’s 100% legit and I am gonna buy one 🙂

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  • Andy,
    I heard that the only reason that it hasn’t been released yet is because of lead paint being used by the manufacturers. Do you know if this is true?