Apparently, the device was shown to company employees last week, and it has been given the code name of "Zeppelin." Running Android 1.5 and MOTOBLUR, the size and general feel is said to be similar to the Motorola Backflip and Motorola CLIQ. Though the device is launching in Brazil next month, no word on whether we'll see this bad boy in the States.
I'd agree with the Gizmodo gang - should we see a US launch, it would fit in well at Verizon, AT&T, or T-Mobile as a low-end smartphone. We need additional Android devices in the category. Could the Zeppelin, combined with MOTOBLUR, serve as a nice entry-level productivity device for Mom?