Motorola Titanium – New Android Handset?
Rumors and Leaks on the Android space are running wild this weekend, first with the supposed GPhone being handed to Google employees and now with the details obtained from â€œleak source extraordinaireâ€ the FCC.Â This time, the government folks are tipping us off about a Motorola smartphone (IHDP56KT1) that is very likely to be running our beloved Android.
First Engadget reports that the FCC filing details the codename â€œTitaniumâ€ and that it features dual band CDMA, Quadband GSM, CDMA EV-DO Release A, and more.Â What really pins this as a smartphone on Engadgetâ€™s eyes is the presence of WiFi (802.11b/820.11g) on the handset.Â Being that Motorola openly ditched WinMo as a smart phone platform this is probably going to be an Android offer.
But what really ties everything together is CellPhoneSignalâ€™s report.
They basically state the same features as Engadget (sans the Titanium codename) but where this guys really did their homework was by digging out that the battery this handset will use is the SNN5846A (1390 mhA), which is the exact same battery that only the Motorola Droid uses.Â Oh, did you also notice this was a ‘bar’ phone?
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