Sprint to Release Motorola i1 Next Month for $150

PhoneDog is reporting that the Motorola i1 will be arriving at Sprint’s doorstep on June 20th with a $149.99 price tag attached to it.  The ruggedized phone  is designed to withstand pretty much anything you can throw at it and features a 3.1-inch screen with a 5 megapixel camera.  Looking somewhat like a rounded off Motorola Cliq XT, the i1 is the first push-to-talk Android phone on the market.  As pointed out, the direct ship date of June 20 actually means that is the day it goes out to Sprint locations nationwide.  Expect a full launch shortly after.

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    May 31, 08:43 Reply

    The incredible Droid is not pre-installed. : (I was able to copy Amazon MP3 program on my Motorola Droid. Wellness Android. Android rocks!

  2. Ed T
    July 16, 21:22 Reply

    Ironic that the date has come and gone and the I1 is still not available to sprint/nextel customers in the USA. I have contacted them and have heard nothing in return yet.

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