Tegra 2 phones can't keep out of the stoplight it seems - the Motorola Olympus has reappeared and got thoroughly photographed. It sports Android 2.2 Froyo, HDMI port and, of course, dual-core Tegra 2 setup (at least according to the unconfirmed rumors).
The Motorola Olympus (model number MB860) was bought by someone at a market of all places and to their surprise it was a working unit. What the photos show is an HDMI port (like we saw on the Tegra 2 phone from LG), two cameras (of unknown resolution) and LED flash.
The Tegra 2 chipset hasn't been confirmed yet, but it's what the rumors right now are saying. There's also talk that the Motorola MB860 Olympus will record Full HD (1080p) video but there's nothing solid on that either. As far as size goes, it's said to be bigger than the Motorola Defy (both phones look very similar), so we can expect a screen bigger than 3.7".
Anyway, the screenshots reveal that the Olympus is running Android 2.2 Froyo with MOTOBLUR and this particular model is bound for AT&T. The first leak however said that there's another Motorola Olympus in the works.
The launch date is rumored for January - by that time Android 2.3 Gingerbread would be out and we might see the Olympus jump to the newer OS before launching (as the LG Star is expected to do).