Tuesday, 22 February 2011

Motorola Zepplin Clearly Seen In Pictures New Entry-Level Android Phone Coming To T-Mobile In March

We at TFTS have had our eyes on the phone known as the Motorola Zeppelin
for a very long time. Tech blog Gizmodo got some very clear shots of the
device, which you can see above, and we've also received a new set of
rumored specs for the new Android h
andset.
Rumor and hearsay put the specs of the Motorola Zepplin with the
following stats – a Qualcomm processor that runs at 528MHz, 256MB
of RAM, 512MB of flash storage, a 3.1-inch touchscreen seems likely and
fits with the pictures. Rounding out the specs is the alleged
5-megapixel camera.
Speculation has the phone shipping with Android 1.5, with an Android 2.1
OTA upgrade coming sometime in Q2 2010. As all of Motorola's devices,
it'll be wrapped up with Motorola's MOTOBLUR UI.
As for the release of the device, I highly doubt it'll ship with its
codename of Zeppelin, and the experts at AndroidandMe are predicting
that Motorola will add it to their CLIQ line, and that'll be marketed as
a entry-level device, with a price of $150 with a two-year contract.
As for even more Motorola Zeppelin rumors, everything seems to be
pointing towards T-Mobile releasing the phone in the United States on
March 10th. It's been confirmed that Motorola has purchased commercial
space during Super Bowl XLIV, the biggest TV commercial day in the
United States all year. It could be that Motorola is planning to unveil
the Zeppelin, or other new Android phones, during their ad space, which
only cost them $2.8 million for 30 seconds.
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