The folks over at Gizmodo have managed to get their hands on what they claim is a photo of Microsoft's next-gen Zune portable media players. The photo originates from "from a source who cites marketing materials," and it has been confirmed by a second source, according to Gizmodo.
The picture shows two devices: an 80GB Zune that sports a design similar to that of the original model and a smaller, narrower, flash-based Zune that'll be outfitted with 4GB or 8GB of memory. Gone are the brown and white hues of the original Zune, too. The upcoming 80GB model looks like it'll be available only in black, while the smaller flash models will come in black, red, or pink.
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