Motorola i1 - World's First Push-To-Talk Android PhoneSponsored link
Motorola and Sprint have just officially announced the world’s first PTT (Pust-To-Talk) Android Phone with the Motorola i1. The i1 comes sporting a rugged design which means it meets military specifications in terms of protection against dust, shock, vibration and blowing rain. The i1 was noted as having Android 1.5, which as anyone that closely follows Android will point out, 1.5 is quickly becoming outdated.
Besides its rugged good looks, the i1 includes a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, a 3.1 inch HVGA screen, and a nice slate of preinstalled apps: Swype virtual keyboard, Opera Mini 5 browser, and Microsoft Document Viewer
Features of the Motorola i1 include:
*3.1-inch HVGA capacitive touchscreen display
*5-megapixel camera with Flash
*microSDHC card expansion
Via Mobile Phone News
Links to this post:
- Sprint LG Remarq
- Dell Aero Coming To AT&T
- HTC Desire, Galaxy Portal & Xperia X10 Hit Virgin ...
- New LG Windows Phone 7 Series Smartphone Gets Leak...
- RIM BlackBerry 'T' (Talladega?) slider launching ...
- Sony Ericsson X10 Mini and Mini Pro Price Revealed...
- Google Buzz Widget for Android
- Google Maps for Mobile 4.1 for Android 1.6+ Releas...
- Official Tumblr BlackBerry App Now Available
- Palm's AT&T launch pushed back to summer?