Motorola have gone all official on the device codenamed Zeppelin, recently announcing it as the Motorola Cliq XT in America and the Motorola Quench everywhere else. The Cliq XT is a fairly good looking device and offers everything one would expect of a mid to high-end smartphone device.
The highlights include a 3.1-inch touchscreen high resolution display (expected to be 480 x 320 pixels) along with pinch and zoom muilti-touch capabilities. There is also a 5MP camera offering auto focus and LED flash, as well as a navigation touchpad and a dual-mic noise cancellation system. Naturally there is support for stereo Bluetooth, a-GPS, FM radio but Motorola have also thrown in their custom Motoblur and Adobe Flash Lite. There is no physical keyboard which is one of the most substantial differences between this new device and the original Cliq.
The device is expected to launch on T-Mobile in the USA next month although currently there is no exact release date or word on pricing.