The hardware that powers the Motorola Opus One, Android’s first iDen handset, has been revealed. The Opus One is rumored to run Android 1.5 with iDEN service enhancements and is supposedly powered by an unknown “Zeus” processor. With its rather plain plastic housing and rubber accents, the Opus One is on the entry level side of the handset spectrum. As such, highlights of the Opus One include a 3.1″ hVGA 320×480 capacitive touchscreen display, a 3MP autofocus camera with LED flash, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, Bluetooth, iDEN PTT & PTX, aGPS/GPS with LBS, dual-mic noise-canceling technology and a set of preloaded apps which include a corporate email client with ActiveSync support, a MOTONAV navigation app, a barcode scanner, and a document viewer. No word on price or release date but affordable and soon sound about right.