By Seth Weintraub
June 7, 2010

An iPhone killer it ain’t, but the newest member of MetroPCS’s lineup runs with everyone’s favorite little green robot.

AndroidGuys picked up another Android spyshot, this time a Motorola slider running on the MetroPCS network (or at least with a splash screen strongly suggesting it will).  This adds yet another network to Android’s impressive and growing list.

According to their source, this device runs Android 2.1/MOTOBLUR and is powered by a 600MHz processor and a 3-megapixel camera.  The slider keyboard can be seen below.

Last week, it was revealed that Sprint’s pre-paid Boost Mobile would be carrying an Android phone.   With MetroPCS, there aren’t many more mobile carriers in the US to compete for.

Although Android has a presence on all four major US networks, AT&T is sorely lacking with only one poorly reviewed Android 1.5 device, the Motorola Backflip.

Word on the street is that AT&T’s Android portfolio will be expanding very soon, perhaps as early as this week, with the introduction of the HTC Aria, a smaller,GSM version of the popular HTC Incredible.

Dell is also on its way to AT&T  with the announced Aero and the expected five-inch Streak mini tablet Android devices.

As for MetroPCS? For now they have as many Android devices as AT&T.

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