SouthernLINC Wireless Launches Motorola i1
Regional iDEN carrier SouthernLINC Wireless is now offering the Motorola i1 as part of their handset stable. For $199.99 (2-year contract), customers can pick up the first Android phone to feature iDEN capability. As a quick primer, the device features a 3.1-inch HVGA touchscreen, a 5-megapixel camera, WiFi, GPS, and (of course) Push-to-Talk. The i1 comes with a 2GB memory card but users can swap that out with whatever size they have around the house. If the phone looks extra sturdy that’s because it is. The device is designed to handle high pressure, extreme temperatures, shock, dust, and more.
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