Motorola i1 – First Android Phone with Push-to-Talk Available via Sprint Online
Sprint has released the first Touchscreen Android phone with integrated push-to-talk. The Motorola i1 is now available online through Sprint’s website. The headline feature is the integrated push-to-talk, a first for touchscreen Android phones. Using Nextel’s Direct Connect and Group Connect is as simple as pressing a button. In addition to Direct Connect service the phone also features SWYPE virtual keyboard technology for quicker text input, a MicroSDHC memory card slot for up to 32Gb of storage and it is designed to meet Military Specification 810F, What does that mean? Its a rugged phone meant to punished and keep on ticking.
- Android 1.5
- 3.1″ HVGA (320×480) Touchscreen
- Android Market Access
- 5 Mega-pixel Camera
- MicroSDHC Slot supports up to 32Gb storage card
- Swype virtual keyboard technology allows you to input text faster and easier with one, continuous motion.
- Certified to Military Standard 810F for dust, shock, vibration, temperature extremes, blowing rain, humidity, solar radiation, and salt fog.
- Direct Connect, Group Connect, International Direct Connect services
- Stereo Bluetooth® technology v2.0 + EDR (profiles supported: HFP, HSP, A2DP, AVRCP)
- Opera mini browser (enhanced browsing experience) / Full HTML browser, Android Webkit w/Adobe Flash Lite®
- aGPS (assisted), AGPS (autonomous), eCompass
Available today from Sprint for $149 with a new 2yr contract after discounts and savings. Regular Price $349
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