Sure it’s going to be officially unveiled this week during CES but that didn’t stop a naughty, naughty person from snapping a few cheeky pics of the world’s second Android phone. Granted it looks a bit different from the render we saw not too long ago, but the internal components shouldn’t have changed. And in case you forgot, the Agora will be offered in two configurations, the Agora and Agora Pro. The Agora Pro ($399 AUD / $285 USD) features quad-band EDGE, tri-band HSDPA, 2.5″ 320×240 touch-screen, full-QWERTY keypad, Bluetooth 2.0, GPS, WiFi and a 2 megapixel camera. If you choose to save a little bit of cash and get the regular Agora ($299 AUD / $212 USD), then you’ll be sacrificing the GPS, WiFi and the camera. But honestly, GPS, WiFi and a camera for $73 more? We’d take it and think pretty much everyone else will, too.