Sprint has recently announced more plans to decommission their iDEN network. They have now said that they have selected vendors throughout the country to remove Sprint’s equipment from cell towers
Our Spanish-speaking friends at Groupo Android have brought us some new images on the Motorola i1Q that is allegedly heading to Nextel.
The post, (as translated from Spanish) says:
Sprint quietly dropped another Android-powered handset in the lineup yesterday with the rugged Motorola i886. Running an unknown version of Android, the phone is the first to feature a side-sliding QWERTY keyboard with Nextel Direct Connect.
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
Sprint announced today that they will be bringing the push-to-talk Motorola i1 to their customers later this month for $149.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate. Available next Sunday, July 25th,
Here’s an odd tale of sorts.Â A YouTube user who goes by the handle of jay84305 allegedly grabbed a Motorola Opus One from somewhere in Floridaâ€™s South Beach area after