We recently reported
about an unknown Motorola device called the Titanium that visited the FCC. According to ubergizmo, this was actually the Motorola Zeppelin, a device that is listed on the leaked Motorola roadmap that has been accurate so far. With support for both CDMA and GSM bands the handset also features Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 +EDR and GPS. According to the roadmap, the Zeppelin is supposed to sport a 3.1 inch display with resolution of 480 X 320 pixels and a 5MP camera with AF. We have already seen pictures of the upcoming Motorola Motus with its unique flip form factor that allows the QWERTY keyboard to face forward while the device is closed. It looks like the Zeppelin's claim to fame won't be related to hardware but will be the software that enables the handset to be a global Android model for either Sprint or Verizon.