Gizmodo Brazil posted some new pictures of the Motorola Zeppelin which is likely headed to T-Mobile. Our sources confirmed the device has support for T-Mobile USA 3G bands and TmoNews is reporting a launch date of March 10, 2010.
From what we can tell, this device is part of the CLIQ family of phones without a physical keyboard. It appears there are no additional features to make this device stand out above the rest and it will likely be a new entry-level Android phone for T-Mobile. No price point has been announced, but we would expect it to launch around $149 with 2 year agreement.
Obviously, I don’t think any current Android users would be upgrading to this phone, but it could make a nice device for the younger crowd who is obsessed with social networking.
The phone is supposed to launch with Motoblur powered by Android 1.5, but we expect Motorola will update it to Android 2.1 in Q2 2010.
Rumored specs of the Zeppelin include:
- Qualcomm MSM7201 528 MHz CPU
- 512 MB flash ROM, 256 MB RAM
- 3.1 inch capacitive display HVGA (480Ã—320)
- 5 megapixel camera with autofocus
- WiFi 802.11 b/g, GPS, Bluetooth
- Android 1.5 with Motoblur