Motorola’s XT800 ‘Zeppelin’ Head to China

moto-zeppelin_front_backRemember that camera-shy Motorola from a few weeks ago?  Well, it’s back and this time it’s ready to face the camera.  Not only that, we’ve got some fun details to share with you.

The XT800 ‘Zeppelin’ will be a World Class phone featuring both CDMA and GSM radios and will arrive on China Telecom’s network first. Yes, it’s a slab/touch only phone but it doesn’t come across as intimidating as the Droid. On the other hand, it says ‘business’ a little more than the Cliq does. In an interesting note, QQ.com (translated) refers to the XT800 as both Zeppelin and Titanium in their post.

Previous specs had pegged the handset with a 3.1-inch screen, but the pic above has us thinking it’s bigger.

  • 3.1″ 320×480 (HVGA screen)
  • HDMI output
  • 5.0 MP camera w/ LED flash
  • Bluetooth 2.1
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • GPS
  • Memory card expansion

Source: Engadget Mobile

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