Monday, 29 November 2010
Motorola Zeppelin Smartphone Caught in the Wild Android-powered Motorola Zeppelin to Debut at MWC
Zeppelin, and probably not the last time, either. The Android smartphone
which we first though was intended for a release in China (at least the
specs we had back then, inclined to a communist release) has just been
spied again, revealing quite a few interesting specs and features.
Unlike previous reports that were talking about a 3.1 and a 3.7-inch
display, it looks like the Motorola Zeppelin will boast a 3.2-inch
touchscreen display that does 480 x 240 pixel resolutions. On top of
that we've been tipped that there's also a 5-megapixel camera, a
built-in GPS sensor and the company's MOTOBLUR interface.
There's no word as to what exactly the Zeppelin will run, be it Android
2.0 or Android 2.1 (although we have our fingers crossed for the
latter), but I guess we'll find out more next month in Barcelona at the
Mobile World Congress when Motorola is expected to officially introduce
the device. That's when we'll know more regarding pricing.