Moto, Sprint to Offer Push-To-Talk Android i1
Mar 23, 2010, 03:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Motorola (NYSE: MOT) and Sprint (NYSE: S) today released
details of a new push-to-talk, Android-powered smartphone, the
Motorola i1, combining the popular ruggedized form of the iDen
device family with the features typically found in smartphones.
"The curtain was raised on the i1 at CTIA 2010, being held this
week in Las Vegas, and is expected to be available this summer.
While pricing details were not disclosed, the two companies had
plenty to share in terms of features and specifications.
"Motorola i1 is the first iDEN device to sport specifications
generally found on modern smartphones, including a 3.1-inch touch
screen, Wi-Fi, optimized browsing with the Opera Mini 5 browser and
the ability run mobile apps, in this case, built for the Android
mobile OS, according to Motorola."
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