So someone leaves a phone on a bar, someone else picks it up and plays with it, and the next thing you know Gizmodo is taking it apart and declaring that this disguised iPhone is a test model of the not-yet-released 4G iPhone.
They’ve delivered many of the features people have been waiting for—that damn front camera!—while at the same time upgrading everything else. Flash, better back camera, better battery life and another microphone for better voice clarity. People who bought the 3G two years ago and are now in the perfect position to upgrade and get a dramatically different, and better, phone. If confirmed this summer, and if it performs as we expect, this next-generation iPhone looks like a winner.
Gizmodo has a list of specs, features, and the story of how they determined what it is and what it does. And a couple of videos. Engadget compared the missing (leaked? stolen?) iPhone with an earlier photo posted online and pictures they had in their files and confirmed that yes, it is what it is.