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 and base stations fro recycling and re-use. Sprint has also said that they plan to …
A new Motorola phone has been found in FCC documents, giving us a decent look at a push-to-talk handset on the horizon. According to the information in the listing, this i940 features iDEN push-to-talk technology. Things look to be ready for production as evidenced by …
Sprint has tossed a video online this afternoon which provides a walk-through of the features for the Motorola Admiral. That’s awesome and all, but there’s no Admiral announcement to go with the video. Considering that the Android-powered phone has yet to be unveiled we are expecting Sprint …
The Motorola handset with a Blackberry-like form factor that leaked online a few weeks back has been identified. According to This Is My Next, what we’re looking at is called the Motorola Pax and it’s not a generic business phone by any stretch of the …
It has been a little over two months since Sprint and Motorola announced their rugged, business-minded handset, the Titanium, but things look to be moving forward again. According to SprintFeed, the Android 2.1-powered smart phone is set to arrive on July 24th with a $150 …
Sprint and Motorola have just announced the successor to the last year’s push-to-talk i1 with the Android 2.1-powered Titanium. Built with the same military-grade specifications as its predecessor, the Titanium features a full QWERTY keyboard, a 3.1-inch touch screen, and 5-megapixel camera. Like the i1 …
A little birdie (not of the “Angry” type) has informed us that some Sprint managers have been receiving emails from Motorola regarding an upcoming phone launch that will require an in-store advocate. Since Motorola makes nearly all of the Sprint/Nextel iDEN phones, this wouldn’t seem …
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 for touchscreen Android phones. Using Nextel’s Direct Connect and Group Connect is as simple as …
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, the ruggedized i1 features a 5 megapixel camera, a 3.1-inch HVGA screen, and a strong …
Rumored and whispered no more, Boost Mobile has just announced that they will be offering Motorola’s push-to-talk i1 handset on June 20th. As mentioned last week, this marks the first prepaid Android handset to arrive on the market. The phone is expected to be offered …
Much has been made recently over the Motorola i1, it being the first push-to-talk Android device of course. Today sees an announcement for the phone that I feel has even bigger implications. The i1 is set to become the first Android phone offered without a …
Sprint customers looking beyond this week’s EVO 4G release are advised to mark their calendar for July 11th. If the latest leak holds up, this will be the day Sprint releases both the Motorola i1 and Samsung Intercept.
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 …
The Motorola Opus One has been pretty much all but confirmed at this point.Â We’ve seen pictures of the device and heard silly stories about its life in the wild.Â Up until now, the specs were pretty much rumor and conjecture.Â Today the picture gets …
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